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WALTHAM 

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 



EDiTOR-IN-CHIEF Barbara Gibson 

LITERARY EDITOR Jeffrey Kresser 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Dennis Roach 

LITERARY ADVISOR Constantine 8. Sgouros 

BUSINESS ADVISOR Thomas F. Neylon 



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. English High School, Lynn, Massachusetts; B.S., State 

chers College, Salem, Massachusetts; M.E.D., University 

Maine. 

Mr. Husson, who has been a constant worker for 
the Waltham school system, has always striven for 
a high degree of achievement. He has moved from 
the role of teacher, to department chairman, then 
assistant to the superintendent of schools, and finally 
to his present position as principal of Waltham High 
School. Mr. Husson is well qualified for this position 
because of his strong background in administrative 
techniques. In shaping our school to an even higher 
level of academic prominence, he has not forgotten 
the aesthetic and humanitarian outlook. 





Gerard J. Belliveau 



Assumption High School, Worcester, Massachusetts; A.B., 
Assumption College, Worcester, Massachusetts; M.A., Boston 
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Mr. Belliveau has been a friend of the senior class 
for the past three years. His talents as an administra- 
tor and educator make his position as housemaster to 
almost 650 students a vital one. He is a man well 
established as a linguist— not only in foreign languag- 
es, but in the language of youth; he interprets the 
changing words and attitudes of youth— our youth and 
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MR. EDWARD AAAY, JR., Asst. Headmaster 
MR. JAMES FITZGERALD, Superintendent 




MR. VERNER ROBINSON, Assistant Superintendent 
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MRS. CATHERINE DANFORTr 
Secretary 



Administration 



MRS. JOSEPHINE HUGHES, 
Secretary 







Vocational Principal, 
MR. EARNEST VISCARELLO 



Vocational School 

The objective of the vocational education has always 
been, and shall continue to be, the preparation of boys— 
and girls in increasing numbers— for profitable employ- 
ment upon graduation from high school. Through the 
development of occupational skills, under conditions 
approximating as realistically as possible those of the 
world of work, the student learns to relate in mean- 
ingful fashion the theoretical "why" of the classroom 
to the practical "how" of the shop or laboratory. 

While trade and industry have an almost insatiable 
appetite for the potentially skilled craftsman and tech- 
nician, they have need, too, for the well-motivated but 
lesser-skilled vocational graduate. Thus it is that we 
would be remiss in our dedication to the goals of vo- 
cational education if we did not make provision for 
both types of students. 





Vocational Secretary, 
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MRS. PHOEBE DEWOLF, 

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MRS. ALICE KEOUGH, 
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Mathematics 



Seated: Miss Victoria Schwartz; Mrs. Beatrice Feldman; Mrs. Suzana Kalman; Mrs. Linda Furbush; Mrs. Emily West- 
field; standing: Mr. Leon Meader; Mr. Thomas Lynch, dept. head; Mr. Paul Curry; Mr. John Regan; Mr. Thomas 
Foley; Mr. Terrence Sweeney; Mr. John Sheehan. 




Science 



Seated: Dr. Rosa Kubin; Mrs. Faye Gershon; Mrs. Cynthia Sullivan; Miss Katherine Fox; Mrs. Sonya McKnight; Miss 
Patricia Gladysz; Mrs. Judith Green; Miss Karen Christensen; standing: Mr. Joseph Wiellette; Mr. Joseph Levesque; 
Mr. William Durst; Mr. Richard McKnight; Mr. Daniel Gouvea; Mr. Alden Eames, dept. head. 



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First row. Mr. Horace Lamb; Miss Stephanie Smith; Mrs. Josephine Maguire; Mis* Catherine Berlinghieri; Miss Madeline 
Quinn; Miss Delia Wong; Miss Shirley Robins; second row: Mr. Richard Merrill; Mr. John Corcoran; Mr. Klaus Bohlman; 
Mr. Mario Magno; Miss Virginia Betts, dept. head; Miss Nancy Bazarian; Mrs. Ester Johnson; Mrs. Eleanor Pacini; Miss 
Eugeenie Andressian; Mr. Adolf Caso; Mr. B. Donald Thibault; Mr. Frank Collura; Mr. Ronald Lacharite; Mr. Scott Ben- 
nett; Mr. Marcel Karian. 



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First row: Mr. Robert Eagle; Mr. Ira Steinberg; Mr. Richard Hood, De- 
partment Head; Mr. Donald Prohovich; Mr. James Bowmen; Mr. 
Richard Collins; second row: Mrs. Marcia Biddle; Mrs. Judith Stanton; 
Mrs. Marcia MacClary; Mrs. Jean Steinberg; Mrs. Barbara. Willett; 
Mrs. Carole Bowman; Mrs. Alisca Czarnowski; Mrs. Lillian Shirley; 
third row: Mrs. Mary Susan Babbitt; Mrs. Ellen Grant; Mrs. Kathleen 
McConahey; Miss Katherine Devane; Mrs. Gertrude Johnson; missing: 
Miss Alicia Koledo; Miss Janice Beaulne. 



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First row: Miss Susan Cairnes; Mrs. Joyce Roby; second row: Miss Susan Barber; Mr. Saul Richman; Mr. Richard Sullivan; Mrs. 
Barbara Byam; Mr. Francis Fleming; Mr. Thomas Neylon; Mrs. Mary Kellerman; missing: Miss Louise McCullough, dept. head. 




Guidance 



First row: Miss Margaret Nolan; Miss Jane Grace; Miss Mildred Steele; Miss Sarah Giacolone; Miss 
Cornelia Sylvester; second row: Mrs. M. Clare Mullen; Mr. Lawrence Elliot; Mr. Anthony Mrugala; Mr. 
Leland Chapman, dept. head. 



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business 



Seated: Mrs. Marie Morris; Miss Margaret Hogarty; Mrs. Rosemary Hurkamp; Mrs. Constance Dorin; Mrs. Katharine Murphy; Mrs 
Shirley Murphy; Miss Marion MacQuarrie; standing: Mr. George Tyner; Mr. John Hart; h/[r. David Opie; Mr. Bernard Collins; Mr. 
Joseph Hall; Miss Eleanor Tahaney; Mrs. Hazel Moore, dept. head. 



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Mrs. June Maclure; Miss Pauline Babb; Mrs. Susan Jones; Mrs. Mary Johnson, department head; Miss Gracey Magrath; Mrs. Cathy Caissie; Miss Susan Rayburg. 



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Art 



Miss Sidra Stich; Mr. Constantine B. Sgouros 



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Mr. James Cosgrove; Mr. Edward Dollard. 



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Physical 
Education 



Mr. Lewis Thomascello; Mr. John Krol; Miss Helen Castros; Miss Eleanor Childs, dept. head; Miss Doris Hudak; Mr. 
Henry Woronicz; Mr. Hal Kopp; missing: Mr. Arthur Quinn, dept. head; Miss Caroline Gravelin. 




Cafeteria Staff* 



Bottom row: Eleanor Melody; Peg Ansara; Mr. Caliandro; Evelyn 
Mello; M. Castellano; M. Veno; Ruth Fletcher; E. Coughlan; D. 
Fullerton; M. Burke; Celia Grant; Marge Barnhart; H. Pugsley; L. 
Pilecki; K. Juliano; J. DeMello; Marion Hohmann; D. Brannelly; R. 
Caramanica; Ruth Fair; Alice Long; Kay Huegel. 




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LOUIS ABBONDANZIO JR. 

36 Woodland Rd. 

H.R. Auto Mechanics 

Louis, who indulges in car 
racing with his friends Paul, 
Jerry and Wayne, enjoys the 
scenery at the cafe. He would 
will more mini skirts to the 
girls at W.H.S. In the future 
Louis hopes to build his own 
racing car. 

Activities: Track 2, 3; Football 
2, 3; Hockey 2; Rifle Team 2, 3. 




PATRICIA AFFLECK 

13 Alder St. 

S 001 Stenographic 

You can catch rabbits with 
carrots, birds with birdseed, 
and Patricia with marshmallows. 
Mrs. Shirley's English class was 
tops with Pat. 





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JUNE F. ANDERSON 

91 Thornton Rd. 

S 001 Clerk-typist 

June came to us from North 
Junior, bringing her football 
spirit to cheer on the Pep 
Squad for the Hawks. Her tal- 
ents added to the success of the 
Senior Revue. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; 
Senior Revue. 



JANET ALLISON 

153 Grove St. 

S 001 CI 

"Juney" turns as red as her 
hair when she remembers the 
time she lost her shoe on the 
bridge. "You know," she says, 
"English with Mrs. Czarnow- 
ski is almost as good as sea- 
food." 

Activities: Senior Review; Dra- 
ma Club; Talent Show; Junior 
Prom Committee. 




WILLIAM ADAMS 
19 Richgrain Ave. 
S 001 CI 

Oops! Bill found the Senior 
Revue an outlet for his talent 
and his personal interest for 
activities at W.H.S. Active in 
the administrative organizations, 
he bemoans the apparent lack 
of school spirit this year. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 4; Newspaper 4; Stu- 
dent Council Treasurer 4; Wal- 
tham Teen Canteen 3, 4; W 
Club 2, 3, 4. 





MICHAEL ALLEN 

19 Maple St. 

S 001 CI I 

Mike feels that lunches and 
the 2:30 bell are the joys of 
W.H.S. He is interested in me- 
chanics and plans to enter the 
air force after graduation. 




JAMES B. ANDERSON 

115 Albemarle Rd. 

S 001 CI I Non-prep 

James, a member of the rifle 
team with a fetish for lobster, is 
looking forward to graduation. 
He plans to become a member 
of the merchant marines. 

Activities: Rifle Team. 



DONNA ANNUNCIATA 

90 Albemarle Rd. 

S 001 CI 

Another vote for lunch stud- 
ies and the 2:30 bell. It must 
be the little things that count. 
Looking into the future with 
the aid of the Hawk's magic 
feather, we see Donna as a 
legal secretary in a law firm 
whose client is the largest 
manufacturer of spaghetti and 
meatballs. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. 



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OLYMPIA ANTHONY 

211 Temple Road 

S 001 CI and Honors 

Just whistle a Greek tune 
and Lymp and Joanie break 
out in tempo. Very modestly 
she describes herself as sweet, 
loving, kind, adorable, gener- 
ous, devoted, and G-R-E-E-K. 
However, she does get very 
emotional when there is a mar- 
riage in the English department. 
Activities: Homeroom Rep. 3; 
Latin Club 2; Dramatics Club 
2, 3, 4; N.H.S. Pep Squad 2, 3. 




JOYCE ARANICO 
78 Fuller Street 

S 001 Stenographic 

This future interior designer 
will never forget the time her 
desk fell over with her in it. 
She loves sewing, horseback 
riding, steak and psychoanalyz- 
ing Diane. 



LYNNE ARICO 
14 Ledge Road 
S 001 



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Lynne has perfected the idea 
of team spirit. Go to any game 
and you'll see this cheerleader 
jumping, shouting, screaming, 
and crying for joy when we 
win. The Hawks are deeply in- 
debted to you for your loy- 
alty. 

Activities: Volleyball 2; Home- 
room Rep. 2; Class Vice Pres. 2; 
Junior Prom; Senior Prom; Tal- 
ent Show, Musical Review; Mir- 
ror Staff 4; F.T.A. 4. 







THOMAS ARIZMENDI 

38 Shore Road 

S 001 College 

Tom keeps quite busy be- 
tween baseball, the National 
Honor Society, JETS and the 
Spanish Club. Tom's ambitious 
nature will assure him success 
in his future enterprises. 
Activities: Baseball 1, 2; N.H.S. 
3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; JETS 
3,4. 




KAREN ARSENAULT 
186 Robbins Street 

Distributive Education 

Karen likes Chinese food and 
her friends (not necessarily in 
that order). She enjoys retail 
merchandising with Mr. O'Neil 
and would like to become a 
hairdresser. 

Activities: DECA 4. 





LINDA ARSENAULT 
333 Grove Street 
S 001 

Linda, the senior with the 
school spirit, can be quoted as 
saying "Are you serious? Of 
course we're going to beat Wat- 
ertown. We're the best." This 
great school spirit has brought 
Linda to love half-days and 
vacations the most. 

Activities: Business Staff; Pep 
Squad. 



JOHN P. ARSENAULT 

50 Pleasant Street 

S 001 Accounting 

Any time you want to find 
J. P. or Rip, Fern and Funt, 
search the athletic field. John 
is six feet nine inches of ath- 
letic enthusiasm. 





THOMAS ARSENAULT 
16 Wellington Street 
S 001 Business 

Tom is no longer satisfied 
with staying in W.H.S. and 
eating the "cafe pizzas". He 
plans to join the Navy and see 
the world. Maybe you could 
send back some good pizza re- 
cipes. 



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RAPHAEL ASLANIAN 
20 Jacqueline Road 
S001 C/ 

Ralph is a member of WHS's 
illustrious Golf Team. "What's 
the Biology Homework?" he 
asks two minutes before the 
class starts. Perhaps his favor- 
ite book is African Genesis. 




DIANE AUCOIN 
26 Middle Street 
S001 Business 

Dianne may be found on the 
ski slopes or the dance floors. 
For the future, Diane hopes 
to work in the airlines,— after 
all "where there's a will, there's 
a way." 




JOHN AUCOIN 
1 9 Taylor Road 
S001 CI 

Next to his physics class, John 
looks forward to English with 
Ma Johnson. This high-flying 
senior hopes to be in the as- 
tronautical field someday— we 
hope that he likes green cheese. 




JEANINE AUCOIN 
280 College Farm Road 
S001 Business 

Spunky, blonde Jeanine may 
often be found chatting in the 
corridors with her many friends. 
She is an avid sports fan and 
a hard worker. Jeanine hopes 
to be a good secretary. 

Activities: Cheerleaders 3, 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4; Senior Revue 
4. 





RAY AULD 

85 Prospect Hill Road 
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Blonde, Hawker Ray adores 
Ma Johnson. He was one of the 
biggest hits in our Senior Re- 
vue with his rendition of "Oh, 
You Beautiful Doll" 
Activities: Talent Show, Direc- 
tor 4; Senior Revue 4, Football 
3,4. 




LUCY AVILES 

125 Charles Street 

S00I Cll 

Lucy's future plans include 
marriage and children. She en- 
joys English with Mr. Collins. 
Lucy and Elaine can be found 
eating Pizza together while 
talking about the boys. 



EDWARD BACHELDER 
70 Hawthorne Road 
S001 CI 

Ted can be seen almost ev- 
ery year in Cabaret where he is 
one of the hit singers. This 
tall senior is usually seen walk- 
ing to school with Kathy. Good 
luck in the future, Ted. 




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ELAINE BALLO 
45 Woodchester Rd. 
S 001 CI 

Elaine spends most of her 
time helping Nurse Flynn in 
her office. Perhaps we'll see 
Elaine back at W.H.S. to assist 
Nurse Flynn as a colleague. 
Math was her favorite class with 
Mrs. Kudera as a teacher. 
Activities: Senior Review. 




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DAVID BARNES 
25 Greenwood Lane 
S 001 Honors 

Barnsey will be remembered 
for his outstanding performance 
as narrator of part II of All 
This and Broadway Too. He is 
always busy either arguing hu- 
manitarian issues as the Bur- 
mese delegate to a mock U.N. 
or just ruining all of Miss 
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JOHN BARRY 

137 Russell St. 

S 002 CI 

Humorous John can be seen at 
local swimming pools and bowl- 
ing alleys throughout Waltham. 
After his favorite class with Mrs'. 
Johnson, he'd enjoy a nice thick 
steak at lunch?? 

Activities: Football 2, 3. 




ROBERT BEARISTO 

1393 Trapelo Rd. 

S 002 Cll 

A frequent water skier, Bob- 
by hopes to manage Stop & 
Shop in the future. Mr. O'Brien's 
math class kept Bob on his toes 
at W.H.S. 




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MICHAEL BEAVER 

47 Lakeview Terrace 

S 002 Business 

Mike should fare well in 
the service. He liked almost 
everyone at W.H.S. Placid? 
No, Mike likes sports, especially 
football and track. 





DAVID L. BECKWITH 

37 Banks St. 

S 002 Honors 

Dave was our exchange stu- 
dent to Germany this year. He 
says he learned quite a bit 
while attending school there 
and hopes never to forget the 
hospitality that was extended to 
him while visiting that coun- 
try. 

Activities: F.O. R.U.N. 2, 3, 4; 
German Club 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. 3; 
Debating Club— Vice-President 
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VIRGINIA BEHRIKIS 
1 1 Bowdoin Ave. 
S 002 



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Sensitive and intelligent, Vir- 
ginia finds her interests in mu- 
sic and spends a good deal of 
her time in the language lab. 
She plans to attervd college and 
would like to become a French 
teacher. 

Activities: French Club. 





LINDA ANN BELLE 

1273 Main St. 

S 002 CI 

Linda casts another vote 
against lunch studies and slip- 
pery stairways. She keeps busy 
buying pencils for Mrs. Feld- 
rnan, swimming, water-skiing 
or photographing anything in- 
teresting. Her future plans in- 
clude college. 



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CAROL BELLIVEAU 

30 Fiske St. 

S 02 Clerk-Typist 

Carol desires to go to sec- 
retarial school in the near fu- 
ture. Senior English with Mrs. 
McClary is what Carol liked 
best at W.H.S. 



Activities: Main 
book staff 2. 



Office 2; Year- 




SHARON BENNETT 
122 Willow St. 

S 02 Clerk Typist 

Bennie, as her friends call 
her, is a blue-eyed brownette 
who enjoys tennis and swim- 
ming. The most embarrassing 
things that ever happened in 
Bennie's years at W.H.S. is 
the time she slipped on the 
newly waxed floors and land- 
ed in front of a group of boys. 
Activities: Tennis 3, 4; Main 
Office Staff 4. 



LINDA BERG 
25 Myrtle St. 
S 02 Clerk-Typist 

Linda loves to ski and dance. 
She hopes to become an air- 
line stewardess. English with 
Mrs. Johnson was her favorite 
class. 




CYNTHIA BERLY 
14 Mallard Way 
S 02 CI 

Cyndy is interested in rais- 
ing poodles, elementary educa- 
tion and veal parmigian. She is 
also active in girls' sports, the 
Latin Club, and F.T.A. 

Activities: F.T.A. 4, Tutoring 4. 




ANDREA BIRON 

95 Upton Rd. 

S 02 CI 

Andie, as her friends call her, 
is an auburn haired senior, who 
is laughing all the time. Andie's 
great interest is people whom 
she finds fascinating. Andie 
plans to further her education 
at college. 





BEVERLY BLACKMAN 

84 Berkley Street 

S 02 Co//ege 

Jim, Bunny and Eddy will all 
agree that "Bev's" favorite class 
is Russian with Miss Grace. She 
wills the lunches to the lunch- 
maids. 

Activities: Russian Club 4. 



JOSEPH BLANCHARD 
88 Hatherly Rd. 

S 02 C 17 

Joe, a hockey enthusiast, who 
has generously willed his hock- 
ey stick to Mr. Brinn, practices 
early every morning. When not 
on the ice or eating Under- 
wood's deviled spare ribs with 
Mike, Dunk or John, Doc oc- 
cupies himself with music, cars 
and electronics. Mr. Lynch's 
math class was a favorite sub- 
ject. 

Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4; Track 
2,4. 





MARGARET BOGLE 

17 Lawnsale Ave. 

S 02 CJ 

Migse, as she likes to be 
called, is a good friend of Mar- 
garet's and Linda's. She adores 
Mrs. Willett's English class. 
When not working as a teacher, 
she will be out on the ski slopes. 

Activities: Ski Club 3; Home- 
room Representative 3, 4; Mr. 
Belliveau's Office 2, 3, 4. 



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JUDITH LYNN BONNEY 

92 Lakeview Terrace 

S 002 Honors 

"The myriad and marvelous 
smells around this building will 
never be forgotten/' Judy main- 
tains. Although math with Mr. 
Foley rates high with Judy, 
playing with slinkies in phys- 
ics lab also fascinates her. 




RONALD BOUCHER 
40 Galen St. 
S 002 



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Traveling and the beach in- 
trigues this on-the-move fel- 
low. According to Ron "Home- 
room period is the best class 
of the day." You'll find him 
devouring pizza, onion rings 
and coke with "The Group". 

Activities: Debating Club 2, 3; 
French Club 3, 4; J.A. 2; 
Speech Festival. 




ANTOINETTE BOUDREAU 
14 Stearns St. 

S 002 Stenographer 

Toni, armed with the knowl- 
edge of typing and shorthand, 
plans to become a secretary. 
Aware of the daily trials that 
plague the teachers, Toni wills 
a class of perfect students to 
Mrs. Dorin. 

Activities: English Office 4. 





JOSEPH BOUDREAU 

169 School St. 

S 002 a 

Friendly, impatient, easily 
embarrassed, and full of hu- 
mor, Joe wills to our Mr. Rich- 
rnan the position of teaching 
Mass. Gov't. Joe likes swimming 
and bowling and hopes to teach 
history. 

Activities: J.A. 3; French Club 4. 




AURELE BOURGEOIS 
80 Prospect St. 
S 002 



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Aurele feels that Ma Johnson 
should be decorated for the 
teacher who works above and 
beyond the call of duty. He 
plans to become a teacher and 
eventually go into interpreting. 
Activities: Italian Club. 




PHYLLIS BOURQUE 
64 Lowell St. 

S 01 1 Work Study 

David, Nett and Jeff who 
also enjoy Mrs. O'Rourke's En- 
glish class, will all admit that 
Phyll has a deep passion for 
Italian Food. 



CHARLES BOYD 
75 Lakeview Terrace 
S 003 Cll 

Buzzard, a W.H.S. Hawker 
at heart, has an insatiable ap- 
petite for peanut butter and 
jelly sandwiches. A tentative 
East Coast Aero Tech Gradu- 
ate, Buzzard pals around with 
Tonto, Hack and Barny Phife. 
Activities: Rifle Team 2; Hockey 
2; Football 4; Talent Show. 




JOHN BOYLE 

9 Emmeline Ave. 

S 003 Cll 

Passing between classes has 
fascinated John. Chico, Deane 
and ,Jud will testify his love 
for cars and grapefruit. Military 
school is in John's future plans. 

Activities: "W" Club; Senior Re- 
vue; Football 2. 




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BETSY BRACKETT 

Weston Street 

S-04 Honors 

If you happened to pass by 
the math office after school and 
hear a certain voice challeng- 
ing a super-Lynch calculus 
proof— it's Betsy. "Never base 
an argument on an assumption 
and always seek proof," are 
Betsy's words of advice. 

Activities: Debating Team; 
F.O. R.U.N. 




SHARON BRADLEY 
36 Hollace St. 

S02 Business 

The 2:30 bell and fire drills 
intrigued Sheri most at W.H.S. 
Her future plans are "Someone 
Special" and Secretarial School. 
Her favorite class was Sr. En- 
glish with Mrs. Mac Clary. 
Activities: Library Attendant 2. 



JUDITH BRAZELL 

86 Canterbury Rd. 

S-03 Business 

Football and horseback rid- 
ing are Judy's pastimes. English 
with Mrs. Johnson is what she 
likes the most at W.H.S. Judy 
plans to go into a nursing 
career. 

Activities: Pep Squad 4; Talent 
Show 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Senior 
Review 4; F.N. A. 4; Nurse's 
Staff (Vice-Pres.); Senior Of- 
fice 4; Basketball 4. 




DENISE BREAU 
20 Hammond Street 
S03 Business 

Denise is always running be- 
tween gym and fAr. Lamb's 
French class. This should give 
Denise some practice, for one 
of her main interests is travel. 
Future plans include business 
school. To help you along De- 
nise, we leave you no more 
mandatory gym classes and a 
little traveling music. 
Activities: Pep Squad. 




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MICHEAL BRESCIA 

12 Orange St. 

S03 C-l 

A television critic at heart, 
Tonto checks Mr. McKnight off 
as an Emmy Award winner for 
his outstanding acting on the 
W.H.S. Better Living Through 
Chemistry Theater. Thanks for 
helping the Hawkers on to vic- 
tory this year. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; W 
Club 3, 4; Senior Review; Talent 
Show 4. 





NANCY ANN BRIGHT 

34 Loretta Rd. 

S 003 Accounting 

Whether working or partying, 
at football games or rallies, 
"Bernie" is always having fun. 
This attractive miss, an alumna 
of J.F.K.M., enjoyed participa- 
ting in the Talent Show and 
our Senior Revue. Besides coke 
breaks at Brigham's, this busy 
senior finds time for her favor- 
ite, Chinese food. 
Activities: J. A.; Talent Show; 
Senior Revue. 



CHARLENE BRY 
637 Trapelo Rd. 

S03 Steno 

Charlene, whose favorite class 
is English with Mrs. Davis, also 
puts her talents to use in the 
English Office. Business school 
is Charlene's next school to 
conquer after W.H.S. 





HENRY BUONOMO 

738 Trapelo Rd. 

H.R. 16 Auto Body 

Henry's rare but short remarks 
tells us that he enjoys working 
on cars and expects to have his 
own body shop in the near fu- 
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JAMES BURKE 

14 Mt. Ida Terrace 

S 003 CI 

Jim finds the long days at 
W.H.S. shortened by Mr. Col- 
lins' English class. Maybe a lit- 
erary career lies ahead for this 
young intellectual. 




JOHN BURKE 
63 Circle Drive 

S003 CI I 

"Jack", who professes to be- 
ing studious and cheerful, hates 
Mondays and loves Fridays. 
When he is not in school he can 
be found with friends Harpo, Bo 
and Ken at the local restaurants 
eating steak and potatoes. 
Activities: W Club 2, 3; Foot- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 3, 4. 






EVELYN J. BURNS 
34 Hardy Pond Rd. 
S 003 Clerk-Typist 

Drag-racing, water-skiing, 

sewing, cheeseburgers and 
french fries are irresistible to 
Evelyn, who plans to work af- 
ter graduation. Her favorite 
class was office procedure. 






KATHLEEN M. BURNS 
14 Oak Hill Rd. 

S003 C// 

Quiet Kathy enjoys the 
"friendly atmosphere" of W.H.S. 
while trying to get from one 
class to another in one piece. 
Although she is looking for- 
ward to going to Mass. Bay 
Community College, she'll miss 
her clothing class with Miss 
McGrath. 



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BERNARD CAISSIE 
87 High St. 

S 003 General 

Bernie's personality radiates 
through his musical abilities 
with the trombone. He plans 
to become a jazz musician. 
Will you play at our class re- 
union? 




JACKIE CAISSIE 
20 Lyman Terrace 
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Jackie, who doesn't like to 
talk about herself, says that 
her friends are Janet, Yvonne 
and Kathy, and that her favorite 
teacher is Mr. O'Neil. 
Activities: D.E.C.A.— Vice-Presi- 
dent. 




ROSE E. CAISSIE 
39 Common St. 

S 003 Clerical 

Rose's outside interests are 
swimming and skating. School 
favorites were gym and En- 
glish. Rose plans a career as a 
clerk-typist. 




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JAMES CALLAHAN 
280 Beal Road 

S 203 CI 

Jim's favorite class at W.H.S. 
was P.O.D. with Mrs. Davis, 
although the 2:30 bell pleased 
him the most. If you ask Rick, 
Mike or Jack what Jim's inter- 
ests are they'll reply swimming, 
tennis and water skiing. 
Activities: Latin Club; Chemistry 
Club; Ski Club, Prom Commit- 
tee. 




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JOHN J. CALLAHAN 
386 Forest Street 
S 003 

Even though Cal was 
barrassed when he tried 
for the hockey team, he still 
became their manager and then 
went on to become the captain 
of the golf team. Actually his 
favorite class was not gym, but 
cooking with Miss Bliss. 
Activities: Homeroom Rep. Alt. 
2; Golf Team 2; Manager Hock- 
ey Team 2; Capt. Golf Team 3. 




PETER S. CAMERON 
22 Manning Road 
S 003 CI 

Peter's willingness to help 
others is shown in his desire to 
teach after he finishes college. 
Water skiing, guitar playing, 
and eating subs are his favorite 
pastimes. With his good per- 
sonality and the support of his 
favorite teacher, Mrs. Apple- 
baum, he should succeed. 

Activities: Folk Club 2. 



VIVIAN M. CAMPOBASSO 

44 Leitha Drive 

S 003 Accounting 

Vivian will be an actress. She 
enjoys being herself and gets 
excited when Mr. May's white 
socks come into view or when 
helping Nurse Flynn. Viv's mot- 
to-"Just Think!" 

Activities: Dramatics Club, 2, 
3, 4; Talent Show 3, 4; Senior 
Review 4; Nurses Staff 3, 4. 




JAMES CANNING 
31 Hatherly Road 
S 003 Non-prep 

Tall and big, Jim states that 
his favorite course is Science. 
Gym and A.V. are appropriate 
interests for this sub-lover. 

Activities: A.V. 





THOMAS CAPPADONA 
212 Robbins Street 
24 Electronics 

Thomas, whose interests are 
music and food, like to enjoy 
fried rice and spare ribs with 
his friends. He is a confirmed 
girl-watcher and doesn't like 
homework, but he enjoys re- 
lated classes with Mr. Daniels^ 
College is included in his fu- 
ture plans. 

Activities: Senior Class Pres. 
(Voc). 



NANCY CARAMANICA 

36 Harvard Street 

S 003 Business 

The new language lab and 
English with Mrs. McClary are 
Nsncy's favorites in W.H.S. She 
has plans for a secretarial ca- 
reer. 

Activities: Main Office Staff; 
Senior House Staff; English Of- 
fice. 




NICHOLAS CARAMANICA 

46 Elson Rd. 

S 004 CI 

Ma/be this is the year of the 
Tech tourney; Nick finds the 
successful teams of W.H.S. a 
pleasure to watch. You can't 
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WARNER CARLSON 

72 Marivista Ave. 

S004 Honors 

Conservative, carefree, dog- 
matic Warner leaves Mr. Rich- 
man a four by eight foot m-ap 
of Ghana to be used as a win- 
dow shade. Bob, Marc and Bar- 
bra share his enthusiasm for pol- 
itics. Warner has plans for col- 
lege. 

Activities: Forun; Honor Society; 
French Club. 



PAUL CARDILLO 
12 Charles Street 

HR 15 Aufo Mechanics 

Paul thinks it's his duty to 
leave Mr. Kalishman a new 
head of hair. Shop was his 
favorite subject at the Voca- 
tional. Paul's burning ambition 
is to have his very own phone 
booth. 





WAYNE CARTIER 

145 Brown St. 

S004 C2 

Suave, debonair, exciting and 
daring are adjectives that best 
fit Wayne. Armed with the 
knowledge of Fleming's eco- 
nomics, he plans to make it big 
in college. 




ELEANOR CARUSO 
75 Alderwood Road 
S004 Stenographic 

"Always there to help when 
needed" are the words that 
best describe Ellie. Her good 
nature will be a great asset 
at business school. 
Activities: Housemaster's Staff; 
Senior Revue; English Office 
Staff. 





LOIS ELLEN CASALE 
26 Banbury Ave. 
S04 CI 

To help you through Boston 
State, we have arranged for 
Cabot's to send you a sundae 
each night. Lois leaves Ma 
.Johnson a supply of double 
bubble for her Christmas par- 
ties. Everyone loves the hap- 
piness that is Lois. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3; Li- 
brary Council 2, 3; Senior Re- 
vue. 



IDA CASELLA 
31 Floyd St. 

S004 Stenographic 

Ida sympathizes with the stu- 
dents and has graciously do- 
nated more student parking 
spaces to the school. Her fu- 
ture plans are work and mar- 
riage. 

Activities: Italian Club; House- 
master's Staff. 




DONNA CASTELLO 
10 Charles St. 
S004 



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cheerfully leaves a 
to Mrs. Davis, but 
the lobster she can 
herself. Outsmarting 
people is the favorite occupa- 
tion of this brown-eyed senior. 

Activities: F.T.A.; Talent Show; 
Yearbook. 



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WALTER CAVANAUGH 

65 Chester Lane 

S 004 Business 

Walter finishes the last piece 
of chicken, and heads towards 
Mr. Hall's business law class. 
A great sports fan, he likes to 
play or watch a good game 
with friends Don, Randy, Harpo. 





JOSEPH CENTOLA 
11 Whitman Road 

so4 a; 

If asked what' he likes best 
at W.H.S. Joe will probably 
reply it's the kids. He is active 
in both extracurricular and out- 
side activities but found Mr. 
Prohovich's English class the 
most interesting. 

Activities: Student Council 4; 
Talent Show 4, Senior Revue. 




RICHARD CENTOLA 
36 Clements Rd. 
S 04 



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"My word," says Rich about 
the new wing on a hot day. 
Before hiking off to college he 
leaves Mr. Sweeny a new shirt 
pocket. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; 
Track 3, 4. 




LINDA CERICOLA 

55 Bolton St. 

S 04 C/ 

Linda rallies F-troop on a 
charge to Brigham's after every 
Hawk victory. This active senior 
intends to organize more Hawk 
rallies when she becomes a 
teacher. 

Activities: Talent Show 3, 4; 
Italian Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Ski 
Club 4; Senior Revue. 





LEIGH CHAGNON 

13 Chester Lane 

S 04 Accounting 

Leigh a tentative member of 
air force, hopes to work in an 
office. He is an outstanding 
athlete with a yen for Italian 
food. 

Activities: Hockey; Baseball; Stu- 
dent Rep. Alternate. 




DEAN CHAKALIS 
534 Trapelo Road 
S04 CI 

Dean, who is an avid tennis 
player, also enjoys English class 
with Mrs. Applebaum. Music of 
all types fascinates this happy- 
go-lucky senior. 



WILLIAM CHALMERS 
33 Sanderson Rd. 
S 04 Cll 

Bill leaves Mr. Lynch a sign 
for the math office reading 
"Uncle Tom's Cabin." 

Activities: Track, W-Club, J.A. 



PAUL CHANE 
69 Grant St. 

Hr. 16 Auto Body 

Paul's greatest joys come 
from earning money and work- 
ing with Mr. Scimeni in shop. 
In the future he plans to join 
Uncle Sam's armed forces. 
Activities: Safety Committee 4; 
Prom Committee Class Day Com- 
mittee. 



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PHILIP CHANDONAIT 

337 Crescent St. 

S 04 Business 

Phil's future plans include 
training to be a computer an- 
alyst and filling this position at 
the new high school. His other 
interests include cars, cars, and 
more cars. 



JAMES CHIASSON 
45 Kyman St. 

S 04 Cll 

Rimma, an active sports fan, 
is planning to attend college. 
His future lies in the field of 
Pharmacy. 





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115 Kingston Rd. 
S04 



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Jon's acting talent is equaled 
only by his musical talent. His 
experiences will stand him in 
good stead when he enters the 
legal profession. 

Activities: Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 
4; Folk Club 2, 3; Latin Club 
4; Chorus 4; Senior Review. 





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ENES CHILLEMI- 

78 Wilbur St. 

S04 Business 

Five foot six inch Enie loves 
to eat pizza, cheeseburgers, and 
hot fudge sundaes with Mary, 
Kathy, and Donna. A business 
career awaits this vivacious bru- 
nette. 

Activities: Nurse's Office; Senior 
House Office. 




FAY CHIN 
490 Lexington St. 
S04 Cll 

When he isn't racing down 
the corridors from English to 
Physics, Fay is busy planning 
some activity for the Art Club. 
His favorite pastimes are bas- 
ketball, pool, and American 
food. He leaves for Wentworth 
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STEPHEN CINCOTTA 

13 Ripley St. 

S 05 CI 

Steve leaves his math tests 
to the math department as a 
memento. Track and the Italian 
Club absorbed most of his extra 
time. 

Activities: Track, 2, 3; Italian 
Club 2, 3. 




JOHN CIVETTI 
135 Charles St. 
Hr. 10 Draftsman 

John plans to build a career 
on his ability as a draftsman. 
Upon graduation he leaves be- 
hind pleasant memories of past 
acquaintances. 




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MARIE CLANCY 
15 Huntington St. 
S 005 Business 

Marie bemoans the fact that 
the cafe did not serve french 
fries. This green-eyed blond 
loves football, basketball games 
and swimming. With athletic 
spirit, Marie wills her sneakers 
to Miss Hudak. 

Activities: Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Pep Squad 4; Girl's 
Tennis 3. 




ROBERT CLARK 
43 Edwin Rd. 

S05 Honors 

Bob receives the award for 
the most completely filled out 
senior profile sheet. He wishes 
Miss Beaulne an eligible bach- 
elor. 

Activities: Forun 2, 3, 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Edi- 
tor of "This Week at Waltham 
High" 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3, 
4; Latin Club 2. 



BRIAN CLARK 
1247 Trapelo Rd. 
S05 Cll 

Studies during the world se- 
ries and Mr. Collin's English 
class rated high with Brian. This 
tall brown-eyed senior who likes 
anything edible is looking for- 
ward to a career in the air force. 

Activities: Football 3, Baseball 
2, 3, 4. 




MARILYN CLARKE 
10 Parsons Ave. 

S05 Business 

Water skiing, horseback rid- 
ing and Chinese food are 
"Mai's" favorites. To Mrs. Mac- 
Clary she bequeaths a bottle of 
Excedrin. To Paula, Sue and 
Karen she says "Are you kid- 
ding? Of course I'm going 
to be a telephone operator." 




MAUREEN M. CLASBY 
174 Hammond St. 
S05 Co//ege 

What Maureen likes about 
the school is meeting new peo- 
ple, football games, and help- 
ing Nurse Flynn. The service 
will gain a valuable person 
when Maureen enters as a nurse. 
Activities: Nurses Aid. 





CLARE COHN 

54 Washington Ave. 

S05 C-l 

After the long wait for grad- 
uation Clare will not be forced 
to go up three flights of stairs 
to French class. She will, how- 
ever, miss Calculus with Mr. 
Sheehan when she goes to col- 
lege next year. Playing guitar, 
horseback riding with friends 
Cindy, Sally and Gail are her 
favorite time consumers. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2, Senior 
Review Talent show, Yearbook 
Staff. 



ROBERT CONCHIGLIA 

43 Whitman Rd. 

S 005 Cll 

Bob's main interest is cars. 
He not only looks forward to 
Ma Johnson's class, but also 
to the 2:30 bell. Bob hopes to 
attend I.B.M. school in the 
future. 





ANN CONTE 
3 Azalia Rd. 

S 005 D.S. 

Annie get your gun!! This 
senior is an avid fan of the 
W.H.S. sport teams. Known 
among us all as a "cute kid", 
her sparkling smile is a frequent 
asset to the corridors. 



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ROBERT CONTE 

3 Azalia Rd. 

S 005 Cll 

The tunnel and the catwalk 
hold fascination for Bob. His 
basic love is high speed cars 
of any shape or size. Mr. 
Sgouros' Tech. Draw, was Bob's 
favorite class. 




CLAUDE CORMIER 

150 Hammond St. 

S05 CI 

If you inquire as to Claude's 
abilities, he'll claim his guitar 
playing is best. Either college 
or the service loom in the fu- 
ture. 





DONALD CORMIER 

9 Mount Ida Terrace 

SO 12 Work Study 

Don's idea of Utopia is lying 
on a beach under the blazing 
sun. To the school go all his 
unpaid parking tickets. His main 
ambition after graduation is to 
own "The Hilltop". 




PAUL COTONI 

513 Lexington St. 

S05 CI 

"What I enjoyed most here 
was watching the Hawks win." 
He plans to graduate with a 
major in agriculture from Uni- 
versity of Mass. Just make sure 
there's time to return to an 
occasional Hawk game after 
graduation. 



EDWARD COTTON 
48 Miriam Rd. 

S05 Cll 

Ed is finally a senior and 
thankful for it. He likes pizza, 
steak, Chinese food, and fried 
clams. With this background it 
is no wonder that he has 
been accepted to the Culinary 
Institute of America for next 
year. 

Activities: Rifle Team. 





CLAUDE COUILLARD 

121 High St. 

S05 Business 

Claude, who doesn't embar- 
rass easily, likes cars, food, 
baseball, and girls. To Mrs. Bab- 
bit he bequeaths contact lenses 
that don't attract dust par- 
ticles. 

Activities: Track 2, 3. 



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MARY ELLEN CROSS 
340 Lexington St. 
S05 Honors 

Mary Ellen or Khufu as she 
is sometimes called enjoys the 
company of the jug band and 
the weekly gatherings at Nets. 
Both Spanish and biology are 
a constant source of amusement 
to her. 



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KENNETH CURTIN 

1 1 Hagar Lane 

S 005 C// 

Who can forget the hockey 
performance of our hazel-eyed 
captain? When Kenny isn't prac- 
ticing he may be found with 
Harpo, Jacky and Bob. Mr. 
Peroni's Business Law class rat- 
ed high with this popular sen- 
ior, who will never forget the 
good times at W.H.S. 

Activities: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Football 2, 3; Talent Show 3, 4. 




KATHLEEN CURTIS 

605 Lexington Street 

S 004 CI 

Lynda and Anne tell us that 
Kathy can usually be found at 
a W.H.S. dance or a basketball 
game. She lives for the sum- 
mer when she can pursue her 
favorite sport— surfing. Kathy 
plans to be a physical therapist 
after graduation. 

Activities: Ski Club 2; National 
Honor Society; Senior Musical 
Revue; Talent Show 3, 4. 





SUSAN CURTIS 
32 Dale Street 

S 011 Work Experience 

Susan likes the different 
courses available at Waltham 
High but thinks disciplinary 
action is too severe. Her favor- 
ite teacher is Mrs. O'Rourke, to 
whom she leaves all her books 
and papers. She plans to be a 
secretary after graduation. 



MARC CUTLER 
137 Main Street 

S 005 Honors 

Politically-minded Marc dis- 
likes not being treated as an in- 
dividual by school officials and 
plans to enter law school after 
a liberal arts education. Marc's 
favorite class was U.S. and 
World Affairs with Miss Barber. 
Activities: Foreign Relations 
Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club; Na- 
tional Honor Society 




DONNE CUTTING 
6 Rando Lane 
S 005 



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Donne's favorite teachers are 
three good choices— Mrs. John- 
son, Mrs. Davis and Mr. Foley. 
Noticing a slight problem in 
the Math office, he wills Mr. 
Sweeney a razor blade and an 
instruction booklet on its prop- 
er use. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; 
Outdoor track 2, 3; "W" Club 
4; Dramatic Club 4; Senior Re- 
vue 4; Mirror Business Staff 4. 





LINDA CYR 
44 Myrtle Street 

S 005 CI and Cll 

Linda's favorite class is with 
Mrs. Johnson. Not forgetting Mr. 
Tyner, she leaves him an in- 
exhaustible supply of double- 
bubble. 



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ELLEN DACEY 
23 Wilmet Street 
S 106 CI 

Ellen, a ski enthusiast, plans 
to attend college after gradu- 
ation. To her we award an au- 
tographed 8x10 glossy of Miss 
Barber. 




MARCIA DAHLIN 

55 Woodland Road 

S 106 CI 

Marcia loves water skiing, 
eating spaghetti with Swedish 
meatballs, and traveling, espe- 
cially with Paula and Rahna. 
She is a Mr. Bohlman fan and 
a future nurse. 

Activities: Scenery Committee 
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MARILYN DALLA COSTA 
1160 Trapelo Rd. 

s-106 c ;; 

Mai plans to be a teacher af- 
ter she attends college; she is 
now interested in swimming and 
horseback riding. She likes 
Math with Mrs. Kudera. Mai 
bequeaths a chair and a whip 
to Miss Andreasian. 

Activities: Girls Varsity Tennis 
2, 3, 4; Homeroom Rep. 4; Sen- 
ior Musical Review. 




ANNETTE DALLAIRE 

45 Charles Street 

S-106 Business 

Annette finds W.H.S. a pleas- 
ant change from her Canadian 
background, especially Mr. Blos- 
som's history class. She plans 
to continue her career here as 
a secretary. 

Activities: English Dept. Staff. 




RICHARD F. DANIELS 
784 Moody Street 
S-16 Business 

Polite and unassuming Rich- 
ard demands "Why is it that 
only teachers get to buy 
cokes?" There is nothing' he 
enjoys more than a juicy steak. 





GERTRUDE F. DARRAH 
80 Lakeview Terrace 
S-106 Co//ege 

Trudy, who loves to cook, is 
unhappy that there is no music 
in the cafeteria during lunch. 
In a few short years, she hopes 
to be teaching elementary 
school and then she might need 
the map of the Chinese prov- 
inces that she now wills to 
Mrs. Roby. 

Activities: F.T.A.; German Club. 




I. ANN DAVIDSON 
19 Upton Road 
S-106 



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Annie, who loves the 2:30 
bell most of all, leaves a bottle 
of aspirin to Mrs. Mac Clary. 
Eating grilled cheese sandwiches 
and horseback riding with Carol, 
Paula, Marie and Mary were her 
favorite recreations. Next year 
will be devoted to I.B.M. school. 




BRENDA DAVIDSON 
19 Upton Road 
S-106 



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Brenda, an athlete, is friendly 
with our gym teachers and, as 
a result, wills each of them a 
bright orange sweat suit for 
those cold fall days on the soc- 
cer field. Next year Brenda will 
dribble her way onto a college 
basketball court. 

Activities: Basketball; Volleyball; 
Softball. 



NANCY DEFEO 
52 Jacquline Rd. 

S-106 Business 

Next to getting married Nan- 
cy hopes to become a beau- 
tician. Nancy's most pleasant 
memories of W.H.S. are the 
well prepared "subs" of the 
cafe, and Miss Scott's English 
class. 

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73 Harvard Street 
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Marie likes bowling, piano, 
and teaching Sunday school. 
She liked the Biology and Chem- 
istry labs and English with Mrs. 
Johnson. To Mrs. Dorin she 
leaves a desk scrubbed with 
Babbo. 

Activities: Latin Club, F.N.A.; 
fAr. Morang's Office Staff; Alt. 
Homeroom Rep. 




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SUSAN DELLA CAMERA 

1084 Main St. 

S 106 CJ 

Susan iikes the 5 minutes 
between classes and is inter- 
ested in horseback riding. She 
hopes to attend U. of Mass., 
and enjoys English with Mrs. 
Steinberg. To Mrs. Dorin she 
leave steel desks that can't be 
written on. 




ROBERT M. DeLUCA 

56 Orange St. 

S 106 * CJ 

Honest, loyal, trustworthy and 
witty Bob enjoys Kosher salami 
and bagels after a swim meet. 
He wills Mr. Fleming, his favor- 
ite teacher, a nut shell kit that 
he can fill with anything he 
wants. 




DAVID B. DeMARCO 
138 Virginia Rd. 

Electronics 

David, who describes him- 
self as plump and jolly, likes 
to work with cars, radio and 
television repair. He enjoys us- 
ing the equipment in the shop. 
His favorite class is science and 
math with Mr. Daniels and he 
plans to work after graduation. 



RALPH J. DeMARINO 

47 Bruce Road 

S 106 CII 

Ralph likes music and is an 
expert at the organ. He enjoys 
vacations but is always happy 
tp come back to Mr. Proho- 
vich's English classes. 




CHRISTOPHER DEMEO 

14 Kingsley's Ct. 

S 106 CJ 

Chris, the president of our 
W club, insists that "Ernie's," 
in Brunswick, Maine, is the best 
thing in New England. Of 
course this still doesn't beat 
peanut butter and jelly sand- 
wiches, Math with Mr. Shee- 
han, T-Man, Flame, and The 
Hang. 





EARL DEMEO 
50 Murray St. 

Machine Shop 
"The Hulk" stomps through 
the corridors of the "Voc" think- 
ing of Aldo's pizza, jello, and 
climbing up Cat Rock. "Ma- 
rines, here I come!" 






SUSAN DENK 

26 Farnum Road 

S 106 CJ 

Inspired by Miss Stich's class, 
Susan plans to major in art 
history at college. Perhaps she 
will return to W.H.S. and carry 
on in Miss Stich's footsteps. 










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IRENE DENTY 
456 Lincoln St. 

S-106 C7 

Irene tearfully graduates as 
memories of hall meetings with 
her friends, cheery cafe lunches, 
and understanding teachers 
flash by her eyes. 



PAUL DeSAULNIERS 

107 Colonial Avenue 

SO 12 Work Study 

Paul likes dances, and parties 
as activities. His friends are 
Lenny, Paul, and Mike and his 
future plans include going into 
the service. 





JANE DePASS 

47 Ellison Park 

SI 08 College 

Jane, an English muffin fan, 
plans to be a teacher or a 
nurse. She says, "I love to make 
people laugh." She enjoyed 
Ma Johnson's English class. 





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CLAIRE DESISTO 

366 Waverley Oaks Rd. 

S-106 Business 

Instead of machines being 
her controllers, Claire has en- 
rolled in the business course to 
become a controller of the ma- 
chines. With a working knowl- 
edge of the many machines 
here, she should be successful. 





GEORGE DeVINCENT 

82 Lawrence Street 

S106 C7I 

Placid George plans to enter 
the service or attend college 
after graduation. He is a mem- 
ber of the majority when it 
comes to his favorite food 
"speggetti" and meatballs. 




MICHAEL J. DEVLIN 

219 Lowell Street 

S-106 Business 

Mike plans to work after 
graduation or attend business 
school. His ambition is to mo- 
nopolize Wall Street and retire 
at an early age. 



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WALTER Dl GIUSTO 

274 School Street 

S106 CJ 

Walter is the laconic type and 
devotes little energy to filling 
in profiles. However, he did 
volunteer his favorite class, 
Math IV with Mr. Sweeney, 
and his future plans— attending 
college. 




BARBARA DINOFF 
31 Woodchester Circle 
SI 06 Honors 

Barb has made numerous un- 
derwater campaigns for her fa- 
vorite candidates and describes 
herself as "outspoken Frank." 
She likes pressed apricots and 
her friends, Warner, Bob, Les, 
and Pizz. She plans .to major 
in Psychology at college. To 
N\r. Hood she leaves a 2 hours' 
suppi/ of "soothies." 




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MARY JANE DOHERTY 

86 Miriam Road 

S 003 Business 

Mary Jane enjoys watching 
the Hawks overcome their ri- 
vals and goes to all of the foot- 
ball games with friends Bar- 
bara, Carol and Patti. During 
the off season she enjoys ski- 
ing and eating her favorite 
Italian and sea foods. She likes 
Mrs. Babbitt's English class 
and plans to go to Business 
school in the future. 
Activities: English office 4. 




ANN DOWCETT 
65 Grove Street 
S 001 CM 

Ann is an expert at lunch and 
math with Mr. O'Brien. Ann 
plans to go on to art school 
after graduation. Although she 
and Sheri don't like English, 
they seem to make up for it 
in Mr. Sgouros' art room. 





JOSEPH DOUCET 
39 Francis Street 
S 005 



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Danny's happiest moment of 
the day is 2:30. His favorite 
class is English with Mr. Col- 
lura, and his favorite foods are 
pizza and hamburgers. Outside 
activities include racing cars. 
Danny sees himself as an ac- 
countant in the future. 



SUSAN DOLLARD 
14 Buxton Lane 

S 004 CI 

"Actually those salmon pink 
floors in the basement add 
class!" Susan agrees that the 
idea of having the Senior Prom 
outside of the school is won- 
derful. 





DOUGLAS DOW 

578 Lexington Street 

S 005 CI 

Doug, our saxophone player, 
lists his years in the band as 
... 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 ... His most 
embarrassing experience was 
reading in Mr. O'Brien's Math 
4 class. Doug wills a demoli- 
tion corps to W.H.S. before he 
passes on to college and the 
diplomatic corps. 
Activities: W.H.S. Band 1, 2, 3, 
4; German Club 2, 3, 4; Rus- 
sian Club 3, 4; Mirror Staff 4; 
Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Senior Re- 
vue 4. 



CINDY DOWMAN 
181 Warren Street 
S 001 Cll 

Cindy enjoys studying mod- 
ern jazz. She leaves Mr. Hall 
a punch line for his jokes. After 
her debut as a comedy writer, 
she plans to go to Fashion de- 
signing school. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Tal- 
ent Show 2, 3; Folk Club 3. 








THOMAS DUBIE 
48 Lakeview Terrace 
S 005 

Physics with Mr. Levesque 
has a hidden appeal for tall, 
dark Dube. Excitement for this 
steak-loving Hawker means ski- 
ing, victory parties and tech 
tourney games, especially when 
he's with Hack, Jeff, Mike, 
Murph and Buzzard. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Track 
2, 3, 4; "W" Club 4. 



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CHARLES DUNBAR 

68 Marianne Rd. 

S 108 CI I 

Charlie, who enjoyed his eco- 
nomics class with Mr. Fleming, 
plans to include college and 
the service in his future. 

Activities: Assistant H.R. Rep. 4; 
Ski Club 4. 




DONNA ELDRIDGE 

31 Essex St. 

S 004 Stenographer 

Donna and friends Nancy, 
Jean and Linda, will vote for 
any Italian dish. This art en- 
thusiast hopes to attend busi- 
ness school in the future. 



ROY DUDDY 

55 Chester Ave. 

S 005 CI 

Roy, who thinks that the 
minor sports at W.H.S. don't 
receive enough publicity, can 
be found in the company of 
Terry, Buddy and Kenny. This 
athletic senior has planned to 
enter college after graduation. 
Activities: Track 2, 3, 4; "W" 
Club 3, 4. 





GAIL EAGAN 

9 Massasait Court 

S 01 



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Shy, unassuming, ski-loving 
Gail leaves, with a fond fare- 
well, an Oscar to Mr.- Col- 
lura for his performance in 
"Rio Bravo." Calculus with Mr. 
Sheehan starts her on the road 
to being a math major at 
Northeastern. 

Activities: Drama Club; Senior 
Revue; Talent Show; Yearbooks- 
National Honor Society. 




STEPHEN ALBERT DUGAS 
43 Claremont St. 
S 201 CI 

Steve, who plans to attend 
Boston College, gets a kick' out 
of passing from class to class. 
He liked English with Miss Ko- 
ledo and because of a con- 
science, he leaves Mr. Foley a 
year's supply of tranquilizers. 
Activities: H.R. Rep. 2, 3; Dra : 
ma Club 3, 4; Senior Revue; 
Student Council Pres. 4; J.A.; 
Talent Show 4; Yearbook. 




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EDWARD EDMUNDS 
68 Dale Street 
W 201 

Eddie, who is active in 
weightlifting and boxing, will 
long be remembered by the 
many grateful children who 
came under his tutelage at the 
Boys' Club. 




DIANE DUPREZ 
11 Elson Rd. 

S 001 Honors 

Diane, an art buff, likes to eat 
torrone and yogart. Friends Les- 
lie, Carole and Betsy testify 
that Diane wills her body to the 
Science Department for research. 
Activities: Latin Club; French 
Club; Art Club; Italian Club; 
Yearbook. 




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MICHELE A. ENGRASSIA 

164 Lake St. 

S 003 Cll 

Michele, a vibrant member of 
the "group", is seriously in- 
terested in Christian education 
and is considering a career in 
teaching. Her plans also include 
the Woman's Army Corps and 
perhaps O.C.S. 



JANET ELDRIDGE 

1 1 1 Rockridge Rd. 

S 201 Cll 

Janet, a new member of the 
"group" would like to leave 
her books to some incoming 
Sophomore. Between swimming 
and tobogganing she plans to 
find time to become a secre- 
tary. 

Activities: Italian Club. 




JOHN E. ELLIS 

337 River St. 

S 005 C7 

The unbearable heat of the 
W building at the end of the 
year almost caused John to 
lose his beautifully maintained 
cool several times. Thoughts of 
hamburgers and spaghetti do 
the trick everytime, eh, John? 

Activities: Biology Lab Assistant; 
Physics Lab Assistant. 





ELAINE ENOS 
25 Elson Rd. 

S 003 Stenographic 

Elaine's red hair matches her 
cheeks when she remembers 
having slammed the wrong lock- 
er door on one of her friend's 
fingers. Her interests include 
cooking and sewing. She would 
like to leave a pair of automatic 
running sneakers to the gym 
teachers. 




JOSEPH FAHEY 
37 Claremont St. 
S 205 CI 

Considered an active partici- 
pant in sports, Joe naturally has 
an appetite for steak and pizza. 
Who knows what lies ahead 
for him! 



VERONICA FAIR 

34 Rando Lane 

S 002 C7 

Ronnie enjoyed English with 
Mrs. Applebaum. She is active 
in "anything musical". Future 
plans are to major in French 
or Russian. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Senior 
House Office 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Revue; Lang. Lab. 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 2, 4; Chorus 4; French 
Club 2, 4; Russian Club 4; 
Honor Society 2, 3, 4. 




DENNIS FALLO 
171 Pine Hill Circle 
S 203 Cll 

Dennis' interests include art, 
music and girls; he plans to 
major in interior designing. He, 
Ro-Ro, Chet and Fred enjoy art 
with Mr. Sgouros. 

Activities: Art Club; Library 
Council. 





SANDRA FALLO 

84 Lakeview Ave. 

S 108 Honors 

Friendly, brown-eyed Sandy 
can usually be found with Sue, 
Diane, and Lois at the radiator 
with the rest of the gang. If 
she's not there look for Sandy 
in her favorite class with Ma 
Johnson. Her special interests in 
languages as well as the work 
she has put into the 1968 Mir- 
,ror, have kept this Senior busy. 
Activities: Guidance 3, 4; Sci- 
ence Office; Yearbook. 



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LINDA FALZONE 

153 Hawthorne Rd. 

Si 08 Business 

Linda enjoys dancing and has 
had a life-long ambition to be 
a professional model. Mr. Pe- 
roni is her favorite teacher at 
W.H.S., and veal parmesan is 
her favorite food anywhere. 





MARIA FALZONE 

1 Lauton Place 

S011 Business 

Maria's main interests are her 
friends, hairdressing and mar- 
riage. Her favorite subject at 
W.H.S. is English with Miss 
Scott and Mrs. O'Rourke. 

Activities: Pep Squad. 







LINDA FEDELE 

48 Francis St. 

SI 08 Stenographic 

Linda has a great interest 
in art and sports and enjoys 
the basketball and football 
games at W.H.S. Her hopes for 
the future center around an 
early spring wedding and New 
York. 



JANE FEELEY 
42 Cedar St. 

SI 08 Clerk-typist 

Janie, like many other seniors 
at W.H.S., enjoys the football 
and basketball seasons. Jane in- 
tends to be a future secretary. 
The favorite subject of Jane's 
was English with Miss Scott. 

Activities: English Office Staff- 
4. 





MARIA FEI 

72 Hibiscus Ave. 

SI 08 Clerk-typist 

Maria has a rooted interest 
in the field of interior decorat- 
ing. She follows fiendishly the 
Red Sox and keeps herself in 
action with friends Kathy and 
Mary Anne. Her smiling per- 
sonality will bring Maria many 
years of happiness. 



SUSAN FELT 

48 Dorchester St. 

S108 C-7 

Sue, who claims she squeaks 
when excited, leaves Mr. Shee- 
han an entire class that knows 
what he is talking about. "Paul- 
ie" and Sue are almost insep- 
arable. Sue plans to attend 
Newton-Wellesley to become 
a nurse. 

Activities: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; French 
Club 2, 3; Guidance Office Staff. 




SAL FERLAZZO 

271 River St. 

HR. 11 Machine Shop 

Sal plans to combine his in- 
terest in making money with a 
career in the Air Force. Three 
cheers for a future A.F. Gen- 
eral. 





LYNDA FERRANTE 

27 Drury Lane 

SI 08 Business 

This cute senior loves dancing 
and swimming, and is able to 
eat subs, french fries and roast 
beef without ever getting fat. 
Lynda enjoys clothing class with 
Miss Magrath, and of course 
she never tires of being with 
her close friends. 



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MARY FERRICK 

12 Old Lexington Road 

S 108 Clerk-Typist 

"You don't say?" says Mary 
to Fran, Dawn and Wendie. 
Mary hopes to be a secretary 
after graduation, so that she'll 
have enough money to pay for 
her first love— Chinese food. 



LORRAINE M. FERRO 
10 Brown's Ave. 

S 108 Non-prep 

Lorraine has a warm outgo- 
ing personality. She enjoys her 
English class with Mr. Steinberg 
and eating Italian food. Her fu- 
ture plans include hairdressing. 




LAWRENCE FERRO 
28 Edge Hill Road 
S-108 Genera/ 

Larry will always remember 
the great moments of high 
school. The Hawk Victories in 
sports, assemblies, and espe- 
cially the lunches in the cafe 
will never be forgotten. 





JAMES FESTOG 
90 Myrtle Street 
S 108 



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Jim says he is an "average 
American-type kid" who wants 
to be an Air Force pilot. He 
likes English with Mr. Prohovich. 
To food connoisseur Oscar Mey- 
er he leaves a sample of the 
cafe food. 




DAVID R. FETTERHOFF 
331 Grove Street 
13 Carpentry 

David likes to work in shop 
and is employed after school. 
His favorite class is the one 
taught by Mr. Russell. After 
graduation Dave plans to enter 
the Navy. 



JOHN FIELD 

300 Florence Road 

S 108 C// 

What would the senior class 
have done without their hard 
working Pres. Jack? Active in 
everything, "Barney Fife" lists 
football, surfing, dramatics and 
"the incident at 5th lunch" his 
favorites. When not debating in 
P.O.D. with Mrs. Davis or caus- 
ing a commotion in Ma's En- 
glish class, Barnie can be found 
on the bridge with Murph, Buz- 
zard, Hack and the rest of 
Rudy's gang. The class of '68 
wishes Jack every success in 
college and says "Thank you"! 




DAVID R. FRASER 
245 Main Street 

S 108 Cll 

Dave can't hear enough music 
or have enough roast beef, Chi- 
nese and Italian food. The un- 
dertaking business won't be the 
same once this senior enters it. 








ANNETTE FINAMORE 
28 Hibiscus Ave. 
S 108 Clerk-Typist 

Annette enjoys reading and 
sewing and the dances at Wal- 
tham High. She likes eating lob- 
ster and French-fries with Tridy, 
Carol, Anna and Gloria. Filing 
with Mrs. Dorin rates high, for 
she hopes to become a clerk- 
typist. 



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LYNNE FLANIGAN 

142 Chaffee Avenue 

S 108 Cll 

"Let's go Hawkers," bellows 
Lynne at football games and ral- 
lies. After the game Lynne 
bounds into Brighams escorted 
by F-Troop or "Wild Bill". This 
energetic senior enjoyed the 
talent show and Senior Revue as 
well as math with Miss Bowen. 
Lynne looks forward to a fu- 
ture in college. 

Activities: Talent Show 3, 4; 
Senior Revue 4; Pep Squad 3, 4. 



JOSEPH C. FOLEY 
209 Linden Street 
S 108 Cll 

Although French with Mr. 
Thibault was a popular sub- 
ject with Joseph, it was Mrs. 
Feldman's classes that have in- 
spired him to major in math at 
college. 
Activities: Homeroom Rep. 3, 4. 




ETHAN FORBES 
68 Rockridge Road 

s 108 c; 

Ethan, who enjoys sports, 
says his most embarrassing mo- 
ment is too embarrassing to 
tell! He likes eating steak and 
French fries with Steve, Vin, 
Harry Dave, and Don. Math 
with Mr. O'Brien was a favorite 
class of college bound Ethan: 

Activities: Spanish Club 4; Ger- 
man Club 2. 





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LESLIE FORGIONE 
84 Forest Street 

S 1 08 Honors 

Les likes swimming, skiing 
and surfing with Berb, Nina and 
Pizz. She makes a project of 
observing life at Harvard Square 
and is a baklava and colly ap- 
ricot leather expert. She likes 
Calculus II with Mr. Lynch and 
has at last decided to will Mr. 
Sweeney his desk back. 

Activities: Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Math 
Team 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3; Latin 
Club 2, 3; French Club 2, 3; 
National Honor Society 3, 4. 



LEE FRASER 
245 Main Street 

S 108 Cll 

Skiing, Football, swimming 
and De Molay occupied Lee's 
spare time during his three 
years at W.H.S. He enjoyed Mr. 
Curry's Math Class and is look- 
ing forward to IBM School. 




DONALD FROST 

22 Yetten Terrace 

S 206 CI 

Frosty likes sports and fast 
cars. He plans to enter college 
or the service after graduation. 
Donald will make a great in- 
fantry officer with all his 
drive. 





BARBARA FUCCI 
158 Forest Street 
S 108 Cll 

Four-foot-ten-inch Barbie plays 
a guitar, roller skates and eats 
Italian food. She enjoys English 
with Mr. Collins and spends 
most of her free time with 
Vickie and Janet. Barb hopes 
that she'll become an L.P.N. 

Activities: Future Nurses 2, 3, 
4. 




ALAN GAHAN 

141 Dale Street 

Room 1 2 V</elding 

As newly elected president of 
the Voc, I, Alan Gahan, here- 
by announce that we're going 
co-ed as of last Mon." Above 
the cheers of the happy throng, 
one can sense the inner ful- 
fillment of Alan's life long am- 
bition being realized. 



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MICHAEL GAHAN 
141 Dale Street 

Printing 

Mike enjoys cars of the racing 
class only. In his future plans, 
he has left space for a few 
racing trophies. 




MARIA LOUISE GAJDA 
95 Morton Street 
S108 



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Maria, a very active member 
of the class of 68, can be seen 
with a folk guitar in hand on 
her way to Harvard Square. 
"Cousin Mae" and Her friends 
enjoy the music of Dylan, Don- 
ovan and Shayne. Maria's fu- 
ture plans include college, then 
photo-journalism. 

Activities: Drama Club 2, 3, 4; 
Yearbook 4, Talent Show 3, 4. 



MARIAN GALLAGHER 
52 Auburn Street 
SI 08 CL 

Marian, an active member 
of the German and Ski Clubs, 
would like to leave an unbreak- 
able mimeograph machine to 
Mr. Hood. She enjoys English 
with Ma Johnson. College is 
in Marian's future plans. 
Activities: Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Ger- 
man Club 2, 3, 4; National Hon- 
or Society 3, 4; Senior Review 
4; Talent Show 4; Pep Squad 
2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. 




RICHARD G. GALLAGHER JR. 
594 Main Street 
Hudson, Mass. 

H. R. 1 1 Machine Shop 

Richard enjoys working on 
cars. He has the Air Force 
mapped out for his future plans. 
Skills he attained at WHS will 
stand him in good stead. 





JOSEPH GALLANT 

7 Elm Ave. 

S 012 Work Study 

"Keep the faith, Baby", shouts 
Joe as he runs to his favorite 
class with Mr. Prohovich. We 
hope that you don't miss all 
that pizza in the service. 







DONNA GAMBLE 

18 Crestview Road 

S005 Cll 

Who is Donna? She's a bub- 
bly, enthusiastic senior who de- 
clares equality for all, including 
a student reception room. 
Activities: Nurse Office Staff, 
English Office Staff. 




ROBERT GALLAGHER 

126 Warwick Ave. 

H.R. 16 Auto Body 

Robert hates morning ses- 
sions, but he. enjoys working in 
the shop. He can often be found 
eating subs with Emile or con- 
versing with Tuba on the way 
to Mr. Scimeni's class. His future 
plans include the service and 
working in an auto-body shop. 







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STEPHEN GARDENER 
400 Lincoln St. 

College II 
Steve looks forward to gradu- 
ation and enjoys football. This 
blue-eyed senior has a keen in- 
terest in motorcycles. Along 
with his "blue machine" comes 
his teasing smile. His future 
plans are college and someday 
... a Harley. 
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4. 




JOHN GARVIN 

7 Joy Street 

S-211. C-l 

John is happy with the ro- 
tating schedule here but shakes 
his head dejectedly when I.B.AA. 
assigns him to the girl's gym 
or third lunch which is really 
a math class. 




ROGER GAUDET 

15 Waverly St. 

H.R. Dist. Ed. 

Roger enjoys calling himself 
Kippy and waits for the 1 1 
o'clock bell rather than the 
two-thirty. To Mr. Neylon he 
leaves 1,000,000 blue slips and 
a very happy 1969. After gradu- 
ation Roger would like to go. to 
school and become a million- 
aire. 

Activities: DECA. 





JOHN GEMELLI 

26 Bennett St. 

S211 Cll 

Six foot "Gemell" likes sports 
of all kinds as well as eating 
lasagna with his friends Lenny 
and Ducky. He enjoys typing 
with Mr. Tyner and plans to 
attend college. 

Activities: Basketball 4; Base- 
ball 3, 4; Tennis 2. 




JAMES GENEROSO 
92 Bright St. 
S211 



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Sports played a major role 
in Jim's three years at W.H.S., 
not to mention typing with Mr. 
Tyner, Tennis, surfing, and bas- 
ketball. His friends Chas, Mouse 
and Mike are going to help 
him become the millionaire he 
has plans to be. We know that 
General Jim will succeed in any- 
thing he does. 

Activities: Basketball (capt.); 
Tennis (capt.); Vice-Pres. of 
Student Council; W-Club. 




KATALIN GERO 

1 09 Doty St. 

S 05 Business 

"Say wha— !" yells hazel-eyed 

Katalin when she heard Wal- 

tham High got a new cook. 

While eating her favorite dish 
"rakot krumphi", she makes 
plans to become a secretary. 



ALLEN J. GETTINGS 

279 Dale St. 

S01 C/ 

We're sure Mr. Sheean will 
appreciate the used handker- 
chief Al is bequesting him. 
Steak, football, and chemistry 
with Mrs. Mc Knight have been 
his favorites over the past three 
years. Al's friend, Al, will con- 
firm Al's enjoyment of the walks 
belween classes at W.H.S. 




ANTHONY GIARDINA 
1 1 Ledge Rd. 

S01 Honors 

Butch's best friends at W.H.S. 
were Balky, Bessie, Barry, Stu, 
and Miss Koledo. Away foot- 
ball games, Kelly's, and the 
Senior Musical Revue were his 
favorites. He looks forward to 
college and no 7:45 bell. 




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BARBARA GIBSON 
19 Harland Road 

S 05 Honors 

Dr. Kubin's interesting ex- 
planations of natural phenom- 
ena such as iron poor blood will 
help Phredd next year as an 
anthropology major at Indiana 
University. 

Activities: Band, 2, 3, 4; Year- 
book—Editor. 




KATHY GIORGIANNI 

706 Trapelo Road 

S306 C7 and C7I 

To you Kathy, we, the class 
of 1968, will you ten minutes 
for passing between classes- 
ample time to talk with your 
friends Patty, Margaret, Sheila 
or Maria, also, one portable 
pizza and a cafeteria turkey 
dinner special. 



JOANNE GIROLAMO 

147 Robbins Street 

S308 Business 

Joanne, a brilliant imperson- 
ator, would like to own a yel- 
low Charger. She loves bring- 
ing the attendance sheet in the 
morning. When last seen she 
was eating the cafe's grilled 
cheese sandwiches with friends 
Bobbi, Jill, B.J. and Terry. 




SALLY GLIDDEN 
57 Dexter Street 
S306 



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To bewildered sophomores, 
"Buddy" leaves a series of traf- 
fic signs. Describing herself as 
blonde, blue-eyed, and crazy, 
she enjoys, football and basket- 
ball games and Mr. Sheehan's 
Calculus classes. With U. of 
Mass. in the future she'll need 
a year's supply of chinese food 
and Brigham's ice cream. 




WILLIAM GLADMAN 

1054 Trapelo Road 

S 001 Business 

Bill plans a future in the busi- 
ness world. His conservative na- 
ture should be a great asset to 
him in this endeavor. 





DONALD GLAWSON 

830 Moody Street 

S07 Business DC 

Don will never forget W.H.S., 
and his best friends Carol, Art, 
and Rich. He hopes to continue 
on to pushing buttons in com- 
puters and adjusting machines. 



GUY GIROVARD 
149 Robbins St. 

Auto Mechanics 

It's really great to acquire a 
skill before you graduate. It 
makes future employment more 
profitable and successful. 





DIANE GOGUEN 
78 Chester Lane 

SOU Work Study 

Diane likes roller skating and 
swimming and says she "loves 
to live and looks forward to 
getting married." Mrs. O'Rourke,' 
her favorite teacher, will get 
another desk if her will is car- 
ried out. 



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STUART GOLDSTEIN 
69 Tudor St. 

SOI CJ 

Stu is one of the most pop- 
ular seniors at WHS. Football, 
Mr. McKnight's dramatic chem- 
istry class and Talent Show re- 
hearsals were major interests. 
His surprise appearance in the 
Senior Revue is one that will 
long be remembered. 
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball 2; Track 3, 4; German Club 
3; Talent Show 4; Senior Revue 
4; W Club 4; Drama Club 3, 4. 





JEFFREY GOODE 
34 Cabot St. 

S201 CI I 

Jeff enjoyed sports here at 
WHS. When he is not in Miss 
Bowen's math class, he may be 
found in the company of Mac 
or Cune. 

Activities: Baseball 3, 4; Bas- 
ketball 4. 




SHARON GOODMAN 

72 Bedford St. 

S 306 Clerk Typist 

Sherry's fondest memories of 
WHS will be the happy days 
she had decorating the Junior 
Prom. This petite blue-eyed 
beauty is slated for the Kath- 
erine Gibbs School. 



THOMAS GORGONE 

62 Bruce St. 

H.R. 24 Electronics 

Thomas is interested in sports 
and the school newspaper. He 
would like to leave Mr. Daniels 
a demerit pad that is good for 
life. 

Activities: School Newspaper; 
H.R. Rep. 





HILTON GOUTHRO 
26 Dexter St. 
S 001 



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Hiltie, one of the best 
dressed seniors, enjoys seeing 
friends in the corridors be- 
tween classes, especially Den- 
ny, Phil, and Rosemary. He dis- 
likes cafe studies, but has no 
objection to the subs and piz- 
zas served there. We leave you 
an orange colored pool table 
and a recording of "Hey Man". 




LINDA GOVONE 
620 Turner St. 
S 002 



Honors 



Linda occupies herself with 
reading and sketching and plans 
to be a French or English teach- 
er. She leaves a spitting chicken 
and a ball point banana to Mrs. 
Steinberg. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; 
Italian Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 
3, 4; FTA 3, 4; Yearbook 4; 
Honor Society 4. 




DAVID GREEN 
55 Whittier Ave. 
S 005 



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Dave can frequently be found 
in the Jolly Beaver waiting for 
his new guitar and making fu- 
ture plans for the Red Olive. 
Dave enjoys singing with the 
Jug Band and doing anything 
out of the ordinary. 
Activities: Language Lab 2; Ger- 
man Club 2; Library Staff 3; Sen- 
ior Revue 4; Talent Show 4; 
Yearbook 3, 4; Drama Club 4. 



WALTER GREENBLOTT 

73 Barbara Rd. 

S 005 C// 

Wally is frequently reminded 
by his friends about the day he 
wore two different colored 
socks to school. Collecting im- 
portant books and his friends 
occupy his spare time. 




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JANET GROPPI 
85 Potter Road 

S 02 Sfeno 

Bowling is one of this sen- 
ior's favorite pastimes— especial- 
ly when her friends Toni, Carol 
and Vac are with her. Janet is 
an ambitious student who hopes 
to apply her secretarial skills to 
some high-paying executive po- 
sition. 

Activities: English Office Staff. 





ROSEAAARY GUADAGNINO 
37 Rosewood Dr. 
S02 Sfeno 

Rose, who was one of 
W.H.S.'s great sports fans, is 
also an active participant her- 
self. She hopes to make good 
use of the fine training she re- 
ceived here by becoming an 
outstanding medical secretary. 

Activities: Girls' Sports; Eng. Of- 
fice Staff. 




ANNEMARIE GIUGNO 
18 Dix St. 

S 203 CI 

Ma Johnson's exciting English 
classes have inspired Annemarie 
to become a teacher. Perhaps 
Waltham High will be ihe for- 
tunate recipient of her meny 
talents, when she completes her 
college training. 

Activities: Italian Club 2, 3; 
Latin Club 2; Senior Revue; En- 
glish Office Staff 4; Housemas- 
ter's staff 2, 3, 4. 



JEANETTE GUISTI 

138 FeltonSt. 

S Oil Work-study 

Bryant and Stratton's gain will 
be Waltham's loss when fun 
loving Janette leaves our halls. 
She hopes to make a future 
in the I.B.AA. field. 
Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 
3, 4; H.R. Rep. 




PAUL GULLOTTI 
90 Chester Lane 
S 02 



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College bound Paul will take 
along money happy memories 
with him next year. Foremost 
will be those of Mr. Foley's 
math class and of his buddies 
Bob, Joe and Dave. 

Activities: Baseball 2; Basket- 
ball. 





VICTORIA HAMANN 
21 Chester Lane 
W 201 



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Vicki enjoys no school days 
. . . well, don't we all? She 
likes her earth science class with 
Mr. Regan and leaves him a 
brand new lab complete with 
volcanoes and running streams. 
Marriage seems to be in Vicki's 
future. 




EILEEN HANDRAHAN 

25 Hardy Pond Rd. 

W 201 Clerk-typist 

Eileen's recreational pastimes 
include parties and engaging in 
aquatic sports at the sea shore. 
Business school will occupy her 
more serious moments after 
graduation. 



RICHARD HACHE 

571 Main St. 

H.R. 11 Machine Shop 

To keep up his strength, Hach 
will eat anything in sight. He 
uses up a lot of energy playing 
basketball and swimming. Prep 
school lies ahead— then who 
knows? Maybe "world's great- 
est mechanic" . . . kind of 
makes you want to stop and 
think, huh? 




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JANN-CAROL HANDRAHAN 

25 Hardy Pond Rd. 

W 201 Stenographic 

Jann-Carol has a fondness for 
the cafe, parties, and sports. 
Her favorite class is English with 
Mrs. Shirley and her future plans 
include business school. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Main 
Office 4. 




ANNE S. HANSEN 

52 Rumford Ave. 

H.R. 20 D.E. 

Anne enjoys drums and horse- 
back riding and plans to travel 
before settling down. Last year 
she liked English with Mrs. Bow- 
man and this year's favorite 
class is D.E. with Mr. O'Neil. 
Activities: D.E.C.A.— Pres. 4. 




JUDITH HARDING 
85-A Robbins St. 
W 201 Stenographic 

Judy who has enjoyed our 
sports events at W.H.S. has 
spent quite a bit of time de- 
vising a secret whistle so that 
Mr. Tyner can get the complete 
attention of his class. Judy plans 
to go into secretarial school: 
Activities: Housemaster's Office 
2; Mr. Levey's Office 2, 3, 4; 
Chorus 4. 





KAREN HARRIS 

108 Villa St. 

S 205 C/ 

Karen's main desire is to be- 
come an English teacher mod- 
eled after her favorite teacher 
Ma Johnson. She is the female 
lead in the great trio of Barry, 
Gary, and Karen that daily en- 
tertain Miss Stich's Art History 
Class. 

Activities: Teen Canteen Council 
3, 4; Spanish Club Pres. 4 
Folk Song Club 2, 3; FTA 3, 4 
Mr. Belliveau's Staff 2, 3, 4 
Reflector 2; Mirror Representa- 
tive 3, 4. 




CHRISTINE HART 
131 Woerd Ave. 

S 205 Stenographic 

Chris' shorthand class with 
Miss Mooney has encouraged 
this senior to enter the secre- 
tarial profession. She leaves Miss 
Mooney an electric stamper for 
the application of gold stars. 




LAWRENCE HART 

11 Falmouth Rd. 

S 203 Business 

Larry whose future includes 
the service or business school 
has enjoyed the cafe study pe- 
riods at W.H.S. His main inter- 
ests are sports and good food. 

Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4. 



CYNTHIA HARTMAN 
97 Myrtle St. 

S 205 CI 

Cindy wills the Social Studies 
Dept. a life time supply of 
Harvard interns. Her interests en- 
compass sewing, tennis and 
lunches with Sara, Gail and 
Umsie. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Italian 
Club 2, 3; French Club 2; Dra- 
ma Club 2; Housemaster's Of- 
fice 2, 3; Talent Show 3; Senior 
Review 4. 




DARLENE HARVIE 

66-B Hansen Rd. 

S 205 Stenographic 

"You gotta be kidding" says 
"Harv" as she puffs up the hill 
with her toboggan trailing be- 
hind her. Darleen's favorites 
include spaghetti, pizza, and 
snowy days. She plans a career 
as a secretary after leaving 
W.H.S. 




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JOHN HIGGINS 
17 Jennings Rd. 
S 203 CI 

John likes music and math, 
and is interested in electronics. 
With Steve, Caesar, and Whit 
he welcomes Miss Beaulne's 
lectures. To this epitome of 
pedagogy he leaves a com- 
plete paperback library of Hem- 
ingway books. 

Activities: Senior Revue 4; Tal- 
ent Show 3; Yearbook 4 



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to Mr. Le- 
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EILEEN HERLIHY 
279 Ash St. 
S 004 

This benevolent 
generously willed 
vesque "Students 
botch up all of his labs." For 
this act, we wish you many 
more long homeroom periods 
and fewer classes in the new 
wing. 

Latin Club 2; Junior Achieve- 
ment 3; National Honor Society 
3,4. 




CAROL HERSEY 

36 Ash St. 

S 04 C 7 

If Carol isn't at a Hawk rally 
you will find her at any lively 
party, where she and her friends 
might be "grooving". Science 
reading with Miss Handleman is 
her favorite class. She should be 
a good elementary school teach- 
er. 

Activities: Ski Club 3; F.T.A. 4. 





PHILLIP HIGGINS 

284 Ash St. 

S 203 C 71 

One day Phil was dreaming, 
in study, of a beautiful fall af- 
ternoon at Leary Field. He ran 
out for a pass and as the ball 
came nearer and nearer to him, 
it turned out to be a giant clam 
(Yum! Yum!) Just as it was 
about to fall into his mouth, the 
bell rang and woke him up. 
Life's full of tough breaks, isn't 
it, Phil? 

Activities: Football 3, 4; Hockey 
3,4. 




TERENCE HINES 
103 Bright St. 
S203 

When the 2:30 bell rings, 
Teddy runs with John and Jim- 
my to eat at Sal's. His favorites 
include basketball and English 
classes with the coach. After 
graduation Teddy plans to enter 
the service. 

Activities: Basketball 1, 2. 



BARBARA HILL 
88 Gardner St. 

S 04 Clerk Typist 

Barbara's most inspiring class- 
es at W.H.S. were Miss De- 
vane's. She is planning a career 
as a secretary. 



MICHAEL HINES 

15 Albemarle Rd. 

S 203 CI 

Unbelievable as it may seem, 
there's more to life than as- 
semblies, short periods and ral- 
lies, Mike, so how about getting 
to work on that hot-rod roadster 
and zooming off into the fu- 
ture. 






FRIEDA HOFFMAN 
22 Underwood Pk. 
S 04 C 7? 

Frieda invariably attends foot- 
ball games and rallies. She loves 
eating submarines and lobster, 
and English with Mrs. Shirley. 
Good luck as a registered nurse, 
Frieda. 

Activities: Nurses Office 4; 
F.N.A. 2, 3, 4. 






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SANDRA HOPKINS 
67 Warwick Ave. 
S201 Honors 

Sandy, though physically pres- 
ent at WHS, dreams constantly 
of racing around the country 
in her little Renault. Friends 
Mary Ellen, Nancy, and Phredd, 
who also share her dream, are 
confident that she will be a 
great success. 



CHERYL HOWE 
119 Adams St. 

S201 Cll 

Before Cheryl embarks on a 
career as an airline stewardess, 
she leaves a "keep to the right" 
sign, for all sophomores. Per- 
haps she'll have the opportun- 
ity to eat real Chinese food, 
her favorite, while traveling 
through China. 

Activities: Junior Prom; Talent 
Show; Senior Review; Junior 
House Office. 




WILLIAM HUBER 
16 Plant Rd. 

Work Experience 

Bill is easily satisfied with 
cars, girls, and a nice thick 
steak. After his first million, he 
plans to retire at the age of 21. 



RHONDA HOWARD 


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DONNA HURLEY 
109 Myrtly St. 

S201 Clerk Typist 

Donna, an adventurous soul, 
makes a habit of puddle-jump- 
ing. Friends Judy, June, and 
Barbs, can attest to it, as they've 
saved their ambitious friend 
from the evils of mud many 
times. Donna hopes to attend 
business school before getting 
married. 





JOHN HURLEY 
13 Sterling Rd. 
H.R. 12 Welding 




John says that his character- 




istics are too numerous to men- 
tion but he doesn't specify 
whether they are good or bad. 
We are sure that most of them 
are good. John should help fill 
today's need for skilled crafts- 


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RONALD IANNAZZI 
215 Beal Rd. 

S20i 



C/ 



Ron's hobbies are stamps, 
tropical fish and music. He 
leaves with the suggestion that 
the administration provide a 
student parking lot. He enjoys 
Mrs. Roby's world history class 
and plans to major in law at 
Northeastern. 




ALFRED IODICE 

81 Milton St. 

S201 Business 

Al is sympathetic to the busi- 
ness department which he finds 
enjoyable due to the variety of 
machines available. He wills 
to those students that unplug 
machines a box of erasers 
for those unavoidable mistakes. 




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EDWARD IZZI 

30 Montclair Ave. 

Rm. 20 Dist. Ed. 

Wizza is interested in fast 
cars. He wills his brain to Feep! 
His favorite class was chem- 
istry, with Mr. Yetten and af- 
ter graduation, he plans to go 
to cooking school. 
Activities: DECA— 4. 





MICHAEL K. JACOBS 
84 Banbury Ave. 
S 201 



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Mike, the kangaroo of the 
Track Team, thinks W.H.S. 
should have an indoor track. 
His favorite class is Math IV 
with Mr. Sweeney. He hopes to 
attend Cornell University in the 
future. 

Activities: Track Team; Drama 
Club; W. Club. 



LOIS ISAACSON 
70 Rich Street 

A nursing career lies ahead 
for this strawberry blonde, 
who, like so many others, en- 
joyed Ma Johnson's class best. 
I key spends most of her time 
at Brighams when not at bas- 
ketball games. 

Activities: F.N.A. 3, 4; Folk Club 
2; Senior Revue 4; Talent Show 
4; Hm. Rm. Rep. 4; Jr. Prom 
3; Pep Squad 2,- 3; Spanish 
Club 2, 3, 4. 



DONALD JANSON 

227 South St. 

S 201 CI 

"The school's too crowded." 
says super-tall Donald who's 
usually with Pat, Ken and 
Bruce. He is planning to attend 
Northeastern University after 
graduation. 





STEPHEN IZZI 

30 Montclair Ave. 

S 201 C // 

Penguin likes baseball, hunt- 
ing and Earth Science with Mr. 
Geagan. His ambition is to own 
a business. 




MICHAEL JOHANSEN 

227 Bacon Street 

S-201 C-7 

Mike is always cracking jokes 
in his classes. He will remem- 
ber Ray, the Gang, and his 
English class with Mrs. John- 
son. He looks forward to col- 
lege. 

Activities: Folk Song Club— 2; 
Ski Club 2, 3; Chorus 2, 4; Tal- 
ent Show 2, 3, 4; Reflector 2; 
Senior Review 4. 





MONTFORD JOHNSON 

1106 Trapelo Road 

S-201 Honors 

Dear Monte, 

In the effort to make you 
like life a little more— the class 
of "68" grants you free trans- 
portation to the Square and a 
supply of pistachio nuts to eat 
on the way. 

Activities: Math Team 3, 4. 



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DONALD C. JONES 
40 Rose Hill Way 
H.R. 12 Welding 

Donald is interested in cars 
and sports. The Marine Corps 
will play an important part fn 
Don's future. 



JUDITH A. JOLIAT 

114 Greer St. 

S 201 Cll 

Judy has had her hands full 
with all her activities and 
friends. When she is not busy 
with Teen Canteen or J. A., she 
enjoys painting and sewing. 
After attending U. Mass., Judy 
looks forward to a career in 
Public Relations. 

Activities: Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Mirror Rep. 2, 3, 4; Teen Can- 
teen 4; Senior Revue 4; J.A. 
3, 4; Mirror Staff 4. 





JEAN JULIANO 

10 Williams St. 

S 201 Business 

"Hey listen!" cries Jean. "I'm 
willing my gym suit to Miss 
Castros!" She's glad that Tony's 
Spa is so close to W.H.S. Jean 
plans to satisfy her curiosity 
about the world by traveling 
with the Waves after graduation. 




ALBERT JUPPE 
40 Miriam Rd. 

S 201 Business 

Guppy often says "Madre via 
di Deo" and is interested in 
pool, bowling, and girls. He 
likes r\Aa Johnson's English class 
with Rich, Paul, and J. P. Albert 
is glad that W.H.S. will soon 
be housed in a new building. 

Activities: Home Room Repre- 
sentative. 



LINDA JUPPE 

40 Miriam Rd. 

S 201 Clerical 

Linda makes a cute secretary 
helping Mr. Hood every day in 
the English Office. She thought 
studies with Mrs. Willett were 
great. Her favorites are bowling, 
swimming, and having a "good" 
time with Sheila, Joan, and 
Patty. 

Activities: Jr. Prom Committee; 
English Office,. Pep Squad. 




MICHAEL KALOYANIDES 

490 Forest St. 

S 201 Honors 

Mike, one of our Brandeis 
representatives, is gifted with 
a great sense of rhythm on 
the drums. He expects to major 
in sound engineering at college. 
Activities: Band 2, 3, 4; Allstate 
Band; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Revue 




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MARGARET KELNER 

303 Florence Rd. 

S201 Honors 

Margaret, who enjoys reading 
and art, usually stays after' 
school to pursue her extra cur- 
ricular activities. To the boys 
in Mr. Vallely's Math III class, 
Margaret wills a valentine. Her 
ambition is to become a social 
worker. 

Activities: Italian Club; Chess 
Club; F.T.A.; Ski Club; French 
Club; Art Club. 



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DAVID KENDALL 

188 Pine Hill Court 

S 207 Cll 

Actually, we should have 
won the Weymouth game, but 
we still had an exciting season. 
Happiness is trying hardest. 




BARRY KENNEDY 
77 Ledge Road 
S 202 



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Barry enjoys eating cheese 
cake, horseback riding and 
swimming with Stu, Stan, 
Butch, and Gary. Barry is in- 
famous for his highly com- 
plicated terminology in Miss 
Stitch's History of Art class and 
his debut in the Senior Musical 
Revue. 

Activities: Spanish Club 4; Dra- 
matic Club 2, 3, 4; H.R. Rep. 
3, 4; Senior Revue; Yearbook 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4. 



EDWARD KENNEN 

20 Nathan Road 

15 Auto Mechanics 

Ed loves working on cars 
at the vocational, and hopes to 
have his own place of business 
someday. 




KAREN KEOHANE 
10 Brookway Court 
S 202 C/ 

Happy, friendly Karen can be 
seen cheering our team to vic- 
tory with the rest of F Troop. 
Feeding the ducks, sports and 
English rate high with vivacious 
Karen who plans to attend col- 
lege in the fall. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; J.A. 
2, 3; H.R. Rep. 2, 3; Treas. 
Soph. Class; V.P. Jr. Class. 




JEFFREY KEYES 

45 Fairmount Ave. 

S 202 Cll 

A rugged individualist such 
as Jeff has little to fear from 
the hazards of post high school 
years, for he has learned to take 
the bitter with the sweet. 





LESLIE KILBOURN 
73 Worcester Lane 
S 202 

This pretty, 
found making 



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senior is often 
her own clothes 



or experimenting with color. 
Leslie plans to attend Jr. col- 
lege after graduation. 



PATRICIA KING 

24a Prospect Hill Lane 

20 Distributive Education 

Patricia's love of bowling and 
horseback riding doesn't mea- 
sure up to her opinion of 
Chuck. He's "one in a million". 
English classes with Mr. O'Neil 
are tops with Pat. The future 
holds a career as a retailer for 
Pat. 

Activities: D.E.C.A. Reporter 4. 





CHARLOTTE KOKIDKO 
321 Prospect Hill Road 
S 202 



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Charlotte, who is endowed 
with a great sense of humor, 
likes dancing, and sports. In 
her estimation, egg rolls would 
be a good addition to the school 
menu. 

Activities: Ski Club; Junior 
House Office. 



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MARGARET KOKIDKO 
321 Prospect Hill Rd. 
S 202 



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Margaret who pals around 
with Helen, Ellen, and Marsha, 
wills to the future studenls of 
WHS a brand new student 
lounge. 

Activities: Ski Club 2, 4; Ger- 
man Club 2; Senior Office Staff. 



CHARLES KORNER 
139 South St. 

S202 C» 

Charlie still remembers a 
case of torn pants, though he 
would rather think of other 
things such as his favorite class, 
typing, with Mr. Tyner. Ken and 
Paul will tell you that he en- 
joys subs and girls and that 
he plans to go to college. 




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JEFF KRESSER 
45 Sterling Rd. 

S202 Honors/CI 

Moody, introspective, "out of 
his mind", Jeff is interestecf 
in almost anything or anyone, 
sspecially art with Miss Stitch. 
His friends include members of 
he jug band. 




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SUSAN KROL 

10 Gorham St. 

SOU Work Study 

Sue enjoys bowling, pool, and 
boys. An active member of the 
ski club we can expect to see 
her shushing down a slope 
with Joan or Janette just about 
anytime. She plans to become 
a telephone operator. 

Activities: Ski Club; Jr. Prom 
Comm.; Pep Squad. 







FLORENCE V. KROM 

28 Hiawatha Ave. 

S202 Business 

Flo enjoyed English with Miss 
Scott along with Sandy, Chris, 
and Kay. Secretarial work is in 
her future. 



NANCY KRUGER 
400 Crescent St. 

Sfeno 

Nancy enjoys the student life 
at W.H.S. almost as much as 
Mr. Hood's English class. Karen, 
Chucky, and Carolyn will tell 
you that she likes Chinese Food 
and Cheeseburgers. Her future 
plans include Chandler College. 




SUZANNE LA CASSE 
194 Riverview Ave. 
S202 CI 

Sue can usually be found sir- 
ring face to face with a huge 
dish of spaghetti along with 
friends Nancy and Diane. Mr. 
: oley's math class rates high 
/vith Sue and she plans to be 
i stewardess for "Foley Air- 
ines". 





LINDA LAKEMAN 
125 Colonial Ave. 
S202 Clerk Typist 

Linda enjoys the two-thirty 
bell, cooking, and plays. She 
still remembers falling up the 
stairs, though she prefers to 
think about things like English 
with Ma Johnson, her favorite 
class. 
Activities: Senior Revue. 



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ANDREW LaLIME 
43 Farnsworth St. 
S 202 Cll 

Andrew possesses the unique 
skill of tripping up stairs, espe- 
cially when en route to his 
favorite class— English with Ma 
Johnson. 




JOSEPH LANDRY 
51 Lunda St. 

S 202 Cll 

Ask Joe for any information 
about sports and he'll be able 
to enlighten you. One of the 
W.H.S. Hawkers he enjoys Mr. 
Sweeney's class most. Along 
with Chuck and Pete, he plans 
to attend college. 



DIAN-E LANDRY 

796 E javer St. 

S 203 CI 

Diane came here from St. 
Marys in '66 and found W.H.S. 
full of activity. Since sewing 
is her hobby she was a big 
help in the Senior Revue. After 
graduation she plans to attend 
nursing school. 

Activities: German Club 3; Ski 
Club 3; Senior Review. 





JOHN LANE 
647 Trapelo Rd. 

H.R. 16 Auto Body 

John says he is "tall, hand- 
some and loveable", so you bet- 
ter watch out, world. H.e likes 
working on cars and plans to 
have his own auto-body shop. 



CHERYL LARKIN 
1 04 Vernon St. 
S 202 



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Cheryl, an avid member of 
the Pep Squad, loves to attend 
our fabulous football games. 
Cheryl's favorite class, which 
is English with Mrs. Mac Clary, 
blends in with her future plans 
to become a secretary. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Sen- 
ior Review. 




KATHLEEN LAROSA 
341 Warren St. 
S 202 



Business 



Horseback riding, swimming, 
and English with Miss Scott are 
all favorites of Kathy. Living 
in Ohio and working for an air- 
line are in the future of this 
hazel-eyed brunette. 
Activities: Nurse's Office; Senior 
Office; Library Council. 





DENNIS LA ROSEE 

84 Lowell St. 

S 202 CI 

"The kids I met . . . the rallies 
. . . the dances . . . will always 
(sniff, sniff) be fond memor- 
ies. I'll never forget the time 
I turned around to yell at a 
friend and looked a teacher 
right in the face." 
Activities: Talent Show; Folk 
Song Club 3. 




CHRISTINE LARRABEE 

67 Indian Rd. 

S 202 Business 

IBM school and travel will 
soon take the place of corridor 
passing, hard teachers, fun stud- 
ies and that wonderful two-thir- 
ty bell. 



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STEVE LATORRE 
84 Summit Ave. 
S-202 



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Our crowded corridors jusl 
can't seem to get on the better 
side of Steve. He does, how- 
ever, enjoy studies with Hoss, 
Kevin, Ethan, and Butch. He 
also enjoys calculus with Mr. 
Sheehan and hopes to attend 
college after graduation. 

Activities: Baseball 3, 4; Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 
2. 



MARSHALL LAZARO 

36 Everett St. 

S-203 C-ll 

Bud, an avid football fan, 
finds food and girls most en- 
joyable at Waltham High. He 
can often be seen with Wayne, 
Nick, and Mull, enjoying a thick 
steak or a lobster. He plans to 
attend prep school and then col- 
lege. 
Activities: Football. 




PHILIP LEACH 
36 Washington Ave. 
S-203 Business 

If the gym suit doesn't crawl 
away first, Phil is willing to 
turn it over to anyone who can 
tame it. Mr. Harte's law class 
and pizza find favor with Phil. 
He plans a future in Data- Pro- 
cessing. 
Activities: Talent Show. 





ALLEN LEBLANC 
14 Ripley Street 
S-203 Business 

"Chevy's rule!" maintains Al. 
Fondly called Funt by Weasle 
and Duffers, he can often be 
found enjoying roast beef, his 
favorite meal. He plans a career 
in Data Processing. 




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ARMAND LEBLANC 
20 Fuller St. 
S-203 

"Have I ever lied to 
asks Armand, who sometimes 
is referred to as Deputy Dawg. 
It's hard to say which he likes 
best, cheeseburgers, or English 
class with Mrs. Johnson. 



DOREEN LeBLANC 

9 Lakeview Terrace 

S-203 Business 

Onion rings, dancing, and 
spaghetti are tops with Doreen. 
Fifth lunch most intrigued her 
at W.H.S. Future plans for Do- 
reen include Mass Bay College. 
To Miss Mooney, she wills a 
speedometer for dictation. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Eng. 
Office 2, 3. 




GLENN LeBLANC 
2 Brookway Ct. 

S-203 Business 

Glenn thinks the rules are a 
bit too strict at W.H.S., but he 
likes English with Miss Beaulne 
His friends are John and Bill; 
he plans to attend Business 
school after graduation. 

Activities: Cross-country Track. 





NORMAN LEBLANC 
21 Maple St. 

S-203 Co//ege 

Norm is usually found with 
Bob and Hank. He feels W.H.S. 
cafe could try a little harder 
when they make cheeseburgers. 
Norm plans to go to college 
with a vast knowledge of chem- 
istry, thanks to Mr. Yetten. 



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PAULA LEBLANC 
27 Center Street 

S203 Bus. Accounting 

A people lover, Sam plans 
to attend college before she 
travels. Lynn, Bobby and Sue 
will probably give her a ham 
and cheese sub as a send off. 




PAULETTE LEBLANC 

195V2 Newton Street 

S203 Business 

Paulette's pastimes are skat- 
ing and listening to records. 
Her favorite class is Filing with 
Miss Dorin. She plans a career 
as a secretary. 




RIAL LEBLANC 
81c Alder Street 

S203 Business 

Rial likes to skate and bowl 
with his friends. He enjoys Eng- 
lish with Mr. Steinberg and 
would like to attend business 
or law school. 



ROBERT LEBLANC 

130 Felton St. 

S203 Business 

Robert likes gym classes and 
English with Mrs. MacClary. Be- 
sides his interests in ice skat- 
ing and swimming he teaches 
and practices Karate. His plans 
for the future include work 
and marriage. 




FRANCIS LEEBER 
111 Hardy Pond Road 
S203 Cll 

Fran is interested in hunting 
and swimming with Him, Al, 
Bob and Eddy. He likes sea 
food and plans to enter the 
Marines after graduation. 




BRUCE E. LEFORT 

3 Joyce Rd. 

S203 Business 

Bruce's past 3 years have 
been spent around football, cars 
and English with Mrs. Johnson. 
The next 3 should be spent 
in I. B. M. school or the service. 



DONALD LEGER 
373 Newton St. 

S203 Business 

Although "Leg" enjoyed his 
stay at W.H.S., he wouldn't re- 
peat it for the world. With the 
help of the great pumpkin, he 
hopes to attend prep school 
or enlist in the Navy after 
graduation. 

Activities: Swim Team 2, 3; 
Manager 4. 



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MAUREEN LELIEVRE 

145 Clark St. 

S203 Business 

"Well?" says Maureen, a 
hopeful secretary of the future. 
Her favorite class was Business 
Machines with Miss MacQuarrie. 
We all envy the future employer 
of this blushing beauty. 




PAUL LELIEVRE 

301 Lake St. 

S 203 CI 

Paul, an avid sports fan, has 
a weakness for the Italian cui- 
sine. Math with Mrs. Westfield 
was his bright spot at W.H.S. 
Paul's happy-go-lucky nature 
will continue to win him many 
friends. 
Activities: French Club 3. 





PAUL LEMBO 
17 Fiske Ave. 
H.R. 16 Auto Body 

Paul, who seems to like every 
food imaginable, wills a park- 
ing lot to the vocational school 
students. His plans for the fu- 
ture include auto mechanics and 
entering the service. 




RICHARD LEWIS 

93 Riverview Ave. 

S204 C// 

As he dribbles into the fu- 
ture, tall Rich wills a deflated 
basketball to Mr. Prohovich and 
a set of boxing gloves to Mr. 
Sgouros. Future plans for 
"Frankie Brown" include col- 
lege. 



LESLIE LENTINI 
79 Central St. 

S 204 C// 

The Red Sox and the Hawks 
know that one of their staunch 
supporters is smiling, green- 
eyed Leslie. Her enthusiastic 
cheers have certainly encourag- 
ed them on to their many vic- 
tories. Leslie looks forward to 
a career as an x-ray technician. 
Activities: Cheerleader 3; Pep 
Squad 4; F.N.A. 4; Homeroom 
Rep. 4; Talent Show 3, 4; Sen- 
ior Revue. 



MARY LESNESKI 

21 Hartwell St. 

S204 CI 

Mary is a favorite of many 
of us at W.H.S. She always 
has a pleasant smile and word 
for everyone. Mary hopes to 
become a teacher after she 
finishes college. 

Activities: German Club 2; F.T.A. 
3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Student 
Council 3; Prom Committee. 






JAMES LEWIS 
130 Bright St. 
S 204 General 

Fast-talking Jimmy's great 
love is record-breaking racing 
cars. This speed demon is 
bound to set the world on 
fire when he joins Uncle Sam's 
armed forces next year. 



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LOIS LEXANDER 
22 Autumn Lane 

S 204 CI 

This enthusiastic cheerleader 
can be found at Brigham's 
with Gayle and Paula or any 
of the F troop crowd. Ma John- 
son's English class is number 
one with Lou. Lou plans to 
attend college after graduation. 
Activities: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4; Jr. Prom 
Committee; Senior Revue; Honor 
Society. 




ROZZY LICATO 

36 Kenmore Rd. 

S 204 Business 

"I'd like to will my school 
books to whoever wants them," 
Ah, Rozzy! There were those 
happy meetings in the girls' 
room, bowling, and the boys. 
What more could you ask for? 



ANTHONY LISA 
95 Beal Rd. 

S 204 CI 

"You think so," says dark- 
haired Anthony. We don't know 
if he'll be another Don Kent, 
but hei plans to major in 
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ELIZABETH LOGAN 

109 Taylor St. 

S 204 Stenographic 

Liz, as her friends call her, 
loves to eat steak and french 
fries. To be a secretary is her 
ambition, and of course, to be 
married. What Liz liked most 
about the school was the con- 
gregations in the girls' room 
and the cafe. 

Activities: English Office Staff; 
Senior Office. 



NANCY LONG 
334 Cresant St. 

S 204 CI 

Nancy plans to major in ele- 
mentary school education. 
Her pleasant personality plus 
her understanding ways should 
assure Nancy success in her 
chosen profession. 
Activities: German Club. 



RUTH LIVERMORE 

17 Thornton Rd. 

S 204 CI 

Blue eyes and brown hair 
characterize Ruthie who looks 
forward to her History of Art 
Class with Miss Stitch. An ex- 
pert on the slopes, Ruthie looks 
forward to college and lots of 
french fries. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; French 
Club 2; Ski Club 3, 4; Senior 
and Junior Prom Committee. 








PETER LORD 

46 Fiske St. 

S 209 Cll 

Peter's greatest pleasure is 
working on automobile engines 
and expects to use his skill 
to become a top notch automo- 
tive mechanic. His favorite sub- 
jects at W.H.S. were Math with 
"O'BIE" and Tech Drawing with 
Mr. Sgouros. 









JEANNE LOVERN 

75 Chester Lane 

S 204 Business 

Before classes, Jeanne is an 
efficient secretary for Mr. 
Sgouros. This pretty brunette 
is certain to achieve success in 
the business world. 




SANDRA LOVEQUIST 
131 Plympton St. 
S 205 Business 

This hazel-eyed blonde likes 
to work in the main office 
where she will be able to get 
training for a future full-time 
office job. She believes that 
"you should do unto others 
as you would have them do 
unto you". 



DIANE LOMBARDO 

361 Lincoln Rd. 

S 204 Business 

Diane has enjoyed her years 
here at Waltham High School 
with her many friends. Her 
future plans include nursing 
school. Diane's reliability and 
patience are her rewarding vir- 
tues. 




JOHN LUPO 
29 Warren Ave. 

S204 c; 

John is an avid fan of the 
gym classes at W.H.S. He hopes 
to use his athletic abilities and 
strength as a future Olympic 
star. 




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158 South Street 
S204 



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Data Processing ranks high 
with this senior. He took this 
course so that he can enter 
some part of the Computer 
field after graduation. He 
should do well in this growing 
industry because of his hard- 
working habits. 




GAIL LUTZ 

1659 Trapelo Road 

S204 Business 

This brown-haired senior loves 
to dance, especially in the Tal- 
ent Show. Her bright outfits 
complement her happy smile 
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BONNIE MAC ARTHUR 

169 Summer St. 

S 204 Business 

Bonnie has a great interest 
in horseback riding and swim- 
ming. The future will take Bon- 
nie to I.B.M. school because 
of her inspiring IBM teacher 
Mr. Peroni. 



ROY S. MACDOWELL JR. 
475 Lexington St. 
S 204 C// 

Blonde Roy, who plans to be 
a millionaire, is happy at pres- 
ent to go hunting or fishing 
with friends Paul, Mike or Don. 
U.S. History with Mr. Blossom 
was a favorite of Roy's. 




GAIL MAC DONALD 
24 D Prospect Hill Lane 
S 204 General 

Gail casts a dissenting voice 
for outdoor soccer games dur- 
ing gym class and bomb scares 
in sub zero weather. The fu- 
ture holds many opportunities 
for this attractive senior. 






RICHARD MACKENZIE 

20 Shade St. 

S 204 Business 

Rich will find the business 
world an easy place to make 
a living due to his background 
at W.H.S. Perhaps he will re- 
turn here as an instructor. 



PATTIE ANNE MACDONALD 
108 Cushing St. 

S 204 Business 

Pat plans to go into the Civil 
Service and IBM. Her friends 
are Rose, Miss Jackie, and 
Gloria. She enjoys horseback 
riding, drive-ins, and roller skat- 
ing. 




PAULA MACMILLAN 

46 Bedford St. 

S 205 Business 

Paula, a future secretary, en- 
joys Mrs. Davis' history class 
when she is not with her 
friends Laurel, Karen and F 
troop. 

Activities: H.R. Alternate 3, 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4; Pep Squad 
3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; 
Ski Club 2, 3; Senior Revue. 





TERRY MACNEIL 
19 WheelockRd. 
S 205 CI 

Muscular, brawny and "hard 
to get along with", Dapp says, 
"15.00 going up". His friends 
Paul, Ken, and Rudy know he 
is a great sports fan. Even 
though he likes a day off from 
W.H.S. once in a while, he is 
going to college next year. 

Activities: Hockey Team; W 
Club; Chess Team; Baseball 
Team; Latin Club. 



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WILLIAM MAHER 

16 Plympton Circle 

S-205 C-l 

Bill, our outstanding singer 
with the "Sheffields", loves 
that 2:30 bell. We don't know 
if the Sheffields will get him 
into entertaining, but Laurie is 
sure they will. Bill will miss 
his English class with Ma John- 
son. 

Activities: Senior Review, Talent 
Show. 



TIMOTHY MAHONEY 
76 Russel St. 
S-205 



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Tim is one of a growing 
number of track stars who feel 
that their sport, among Others, 
is not receiving enough recog- 
nition. Kids like Tim, who 
have been working hard for 
3 years to win races that hard- 
ly anybody hears about, de- 
serves that recognition. 

Activities: Cross-country 3, 4, 
Track 2, 3, 4, Indoor and Out- 
door; W. Club 3, 4. 



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EMILE J. MAILLET 
394 Crescent St. 

16 Auto Body 

Emile likes shop with Mr. 
Scimemi and his ambition is to 
become "a good auto body 
man". You can always find 
him with Lena, Pierre, and Gal- 
lagher. 




JANICE. MAILLET 
28 High St. 

S-205 Business 

"Actually, I don't think a girl 
should spend all her time hav- 
ing fun. I enjoy skating, and 
listening to records, but I have 
a future to think about. Office 
work sounds nice. Pass down 
some more pizza and fried 
clams, will you, please?" 




DAVID MAIN 

94 Villa St. 

S-205 C-l 

David considers welcoming in 
the New Year his favorite ac- 
tivity. He anxiously anticipates 
graduation and will try to for- 
get what has happened in the 
past. 



STEPHEN MAKER 
44 D Hansen Rd. 

E/ecfronics 

Hoppy-go-lucky Steve, with 
his cheerful disposition bright- 
ened up everybody's day at 
W.H.S. 




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VINCENT MALLOZZI 

57 High St. 

S-205 Business 

Vinnie would like to will his 
gym shorts and sneakers and 
sweatshirt, but he doesn's say 
to whom. Could it be one of 
those friendly gym teachers? 

Activities: Football, Basketball, 
Soccer. 




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ALFIO MALONE 

90 Ellison Park 

S 012 Work Study 

Al enjoys the idea of partici- 
pating in the Work Study Pro- 
gram offered here. There are 
numerous advantages to being 
able to work part time as well 
as go to school. 




CHARLES MALONE 
90 Ellison Park 

S 205 C// 

"All right now," says Charlie, 
as he eats Italian food at Sal's 
or downs a soda at Brighams. 
Football games, victory parties, 
and basketball were favorite 
activities for this member of 
our basketball squad. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Latin Club; Trojan's 2, 3; Honor 
Society. 




PHILIP MANCUSO 

1757Trapelo Rd. 

S 205 C// 

Phil can't resist joining in a 
bowling match with Al, Mitch, 
or Eddy. His algebra class with 
Miss Bowen brightens up the 
day for him. All of his spare 
time in school was spent in 
Mr. Sgouros' art room since Phil 
has his artistic eye set on being 
an industrial designer. 





CAROL MANERO 

29 Gregory St. 

S 207 Business 

Carol humbly suggests that 
Mr. Hart acquire another class 
as bright as hers. Between ski- 
ing and sewing, she'll find time 
to work as a secretary. 



RANDY MARCOU 
60 Chester Lane 

S 205 C// 

Randy can always be found 
in the cafe at lunch with Wal- 
ter, Donald and the rest of the 
P. boys. He plans to attend 
college after graduation. 





KATHRYN MANDILE 
142 Charles St. 

S 205 C/J 

This outgoing senior, who en- 
joys surfing and bowling, has 
IBM school and marriage in her 
future plans. 







ARTHUR MANELLY 
22 Wellington St. 

Work Experience 

"Diligent study pays off", 
hard working Art will testify 
as he prepares to tackle the 
future. 



ROBERT MARKHAM 
1 1 Tudor St. 
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Bob finds time to meet his 
friends in the corridors during 
passing. Due to the crowded 
corridors and the scarcity of 
rooms, Bob shakes his head 
and resolves that we need a 
new school. 




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MARY ANN MARSTON 

50 Trapelo Rd. 

S-205 Clerical 

Mary, a hazel-eyed, honey 
blonde enjoys football and bas- 
ketball games. She is a poten- 
tial medical secretary. 

Activities: Office 2, 3, 4; Jr. 
Prom Committee 3; Girl's Tennis 
3; Pep Squad 4; Senior Review 
4. 



JOSEPH MARTIN 

20 Cushing St. 

S-012 Work Study 

Joe likes parties, playing in- 
struments, and sports. His 
friends are Steve, Bill, and Neil. 
Because of his passion for mu- 
sic, he plans to attend the 
Burkley Conservatory of Music. 




WILLIAM MARTIN 
12 Wampum Ave. 

Printing 

Both instructors and students 
will attest that a sunny dispo- 
sition aptly describes this am- 
bitious senior. Bill plans ' to 
achieve success in his field of 
endeavor. 





JOAN MARTORILLI 
272 Bacon St. 

S-205 C2 

What would W.H.S. be with- 
out brown-eyed girls? Well, 
W.H.S. will just have to do 
without this one. She's off to 
designing school, leaving a trail 
of life savers (for Mr. Stein- 
berg) behind her. 

Activities: Work in Data Pro- 
cessing. 




JOHN MAZZARINI 
147 Russell St. 

S207 CII 

Mazza came to the high 
school ready to play either bas- 
ketball or baseball. It follows 
that he enjoys lunches and gym 
best. John is college bound. 

Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



GLORIA MASULLA 
28 Williams St. 
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Gloria describes herself as a 
thinker most of the time. Her 
thoughts are mainly of marriage 
and graduation. We hope that 
wedding bells will soon replace 
the passing bells. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3. 




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GLORIA MAZZEO 
4 James St. 

S205 " C/ 

Coming to us from South Jun- 
ior, Gloria looked forward to 
Mrs. Johnson's English class. 
She feels that everything about 
the school is great. Future plans 
are to be a medical secretary. 

Activities: Prom Committee 3, 
4; Yearbook Staff 4; Italian 
Club. 





wayne McCarthy 

12 Webster St. 

S205 CII 

"The thing I liked most about 
dear old W.H.S. was the cafe. 
When they started serving 
french fries, that was it!" 
Wayne plans to attend college 
and become a designer. 



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KATHERINE McDONNELL 
26 Bowdoin Avenue 
S205 Cll Non-Prep 

"Kathie", a brown-eyed, 
brown-haired Senior, enjoys her 
favorite food, meatball subs, 
at Piz-O-Pizza with Richie. 
"Kathie's" favorite class at 
W.H.S. was English with Mr. 
Collins. Kathie's future plans are 
marriage. Her one complaint 
about W.H.S. is time given to 
pass to each class. But other 
than that W.H.S. is all right! 




paul Mcdonald 

201 Brown Street 

S205 Business 

Paul, who describes himself 
as "one-in-a-million and modest" 
thinks l^r. Belliveau should 
have a room for Paul's leisurely 
pursuits. 




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diane McDonnell 

59 Grove Street 
S205 

Diane's favorite class was 
Math with Mr. Foley. She is 
often seen in the corridors with 
Nancy, Sue and Peggy. She 
looks forward to a College of 
Liberal Arts, where they serve 
lots of chicken. 

Activities: Talent Show 2; Ger- 
man Club 2, 3. 



DAVE McGANN 
26 Faneuil Road 
S205 Co//ege // 

Dave is another W.H.S. stu- 
dent whose life has been 
brightened by Senior English 
with Ma Johnson. Good luck at 
Bentley College, Dave. We hope 
the steak there is rare enough 
for you. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Football 2, Baseball 2. 




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MAUREEN McGONIGLE 
136 Brown St. 

S-203 C-l 

Maureen will someday yearn 
for the pizza, the sound of the 
passing bell, 'and the breath- 
taking announcements of Mr. 
May at 2:29 P.M. Life was so 
simple then. 





PATRICK McGONIGLE 
65 Ellery Rd. 

S-205 C-ll 

Running between gym and 
the cafe can be an exhausting 
endeavor. That, plus the one 
way signs that are disregarded 
have been a source of amuse- 
ment to Pat., 



FRANCIS MC GOVERN 
51 Farrwell St. 

Welding 

Beneath Francis' quiet exter- 
ior lies a most vital personality. 
"Still water runs deep" his 
friends will remark in describ- 
ing this popular senior. 




JAMES McHUGH 

7 D Hansen Rd. 

HR 20 Dist. Ed. 

James, who makes a habit of 
breaking his wrist in gym, is 
interested in cars. He likes 
classes with Mr. O'Neil. After 
he graduates, James plans to 
enter the Navy. 
Activities: DECA-H 




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CHARLES MclNNIS 

206 Ash St. 

S 207 C/ 

Chuck wishes to bring the 
winning atmosphere at W.H.S. 
along with him to college. 
When asked what he likes best, 
it's a draw between sports and 
steak. 

Activities: Swim Team 2, 3, 4, 
Captain; Basketball 2; "W" Club 
3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Baseball 2. 




DANIEL McKENZIE 
151 Weston St. 

S207 Cll 

Dan has decided that listen- 
ing to the Red Sox games was 
a pleasant way to pass those 
Friday afternoon studies. He 
leaves hoping that both the 
Hawks and the Red Sox will 
be as successful as they were 
in '67. 



ROSEMARY MEADE 
48 Wadsworth Ave. 
S 207 Cll 

Bunny feels there is a need 
for more facilities in the art 
room. A potential artist, she 
will be found around the vil- 
lage with her sketch pad and 
warm personality always ready 
for a quick drawing or a water 
color. 



DOROTHY MICKALSEN 
33 Sparkhill St. 

S 207 Stenographic 

To "Dottie" the sweetest 
sound of the day is the 2:30 
bell. After school we usually 
find her sipping sodas, sewing 
or skiing. She is bound to be 
a great legal secretary since her 
favorite subjects are shorthand 
and typing. 





JOAN MENEKER 
15 PrQspect Ave. 

Work Study 

Joan and the rest of the work 
study girls want to give three 
cheers to their English teacher 
Mrs. O'Rourke. Wherever there 
is a smell of Italian or Chinese 
food, you will probably see 
this blond blue-eyed girl. 



IRENE METHOT 

27 Mount Pleasant 

S 207 Business 

Irene, who enjoys both sports 
and reading, plans to become 
a secretary in the future. I 
don't blame you Irene, cafe 
studies are too noisy. 
Activities: French Club 2; Eng- 
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BARBARA MILLIGAN 

22 Lowel St. 

S 207 Business 

Barbara's most popular diver- 
sion was to be in the company 
of her pals Donna, Chris and 
Sheryn. Their merry antics, be- 
tween classes, have been a 
source of amusement to all that 
know them. 





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DONNA MILLIKEN 

27 Banks St. 

S 207 Business 

Donna enjoys a dish of Amer- 
ican chop suey while talking 
with her friends Carol, Jean, 
Linda and Paula. She has been 
active in the Talent Show and 
the Senior Revue. Donna's fav- 
orite class was Business Ma- 
chines with Miss Snow. 

Activities: Talent Show, Volley- 
ball, Senior Revue. 





DAVID MILLS 
1 1 Windsor Terrace 
S 207 CI 

Dave will swim at any pool 
he can get to, since he is one 
of the members of our W.H.S. 
swim team. There's no telling 
what lies ahead for Dave. May- 
be we'll see him as a mem- 
ber of a future Olympic team. 





RICHARD MITCHELL 

89 Temple Rd. 

S 207 C// 

Rick's happiest moments are 
when he discovers the day that 
subs will be served in the cafe. 
He finds studies a most con- 
venient time to rest for the 
arduous future of the military 
service. 



MAUREEN KELLY MONAHAN 

30 Grant Ave. 

S 207 Dist. Ed. 

Maureen's hope for marriage 
has already come true this 
year. She is looking forward 
to having a long and happy 
marriage, and we all wish her 
well. 



PAMELA MOLDOFF 

34 Berkley St. 

S 207 Honors 

Mr. Foley's stimulating math 
class has inspired Pam to be- 
come a teacher. Perhaps she 
will return to our school to 
enable others to do what she 
has accomplished so well. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3; 
F.T.A. 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3; 
G.A.P. 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; 
Latin Club 2; Homeroom Rep. 2, 
3. 



SANDRA MONTGOMERY 

1324 Trapelo Rd. 

S 207 Business 

When laughter and fun-mak- 
ing are heard, one is sure to 
find Sandy around. This active 
senior, who is always good for 
a laugh, expects to enter the 
business field. 








JANET MOODY 

10 Rich St. 

S 207 C/ 

"Help I'm late," screams Janet 
as she runs to classes. Must 
be her chats with friends which 
keep her running. This energetic 
senior's one goal after gradu- 
ation is a one year nap. Her 
participation in the Senior Re- 
vue and Ski Club should help 
her meet the challenges of 
college activities with reward- 
ing results. 

Activities: Ski Club 2, 3; Sen- 
ior Revue; Office Staff. 




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ALAN H. MUIR 

33 Bigdon Road 

S 207 College I and II 

Al's interests are skiing and 
swimming. This blond senior 
plans to enter the service or 
college after graduation. He 
will do well wherever he goes. 
Activities: German Club 3; J. A. 
3, 4; DeMolay 2, 3, 4; Scouts 
2, 3, 4. 



KATHLEEN MULLANEY 

32 Pleasant St. 

S 207 Cll 

This is the year for the mini 
skirt, the mini dress and the 
mini gym shower towel which 
Kathy finds rather embarrasing. 
Active in sports and the activi- 
ties the school offers, she hopes 
to find the same enthusiasm in 
the field of nursing. 

Activities: Ski Club 2; Junior 
Proms; F.N. A.; Spanish Club 3; 
Folk Song Club 2; German Club 
2. 




JOHN MULLANEY 
32 Pleasant Street 
S 205 C// 

John intends to combine his 
abilities in hockey and basket- 
ball to become a professional 
soccer player. He leaves his 
lucky sneakers to Sonny C. 





NANCY MARIE MULVANEY 
288 Beal Road 

S 207 CI and Cll 

If you pass by a biology 
lab somewhere in the future 
and hear singing it's Nancy, 
who is active in anything to 
do with the stage. Her favor- 
ite class is English with Ma. 
Activities: Talent Show 3; Dra- 
matic Club 3; Teenage Coun- 
cil Show 3. 




PRISCILLA A. MUNSON 
4 Norumbega Terrace 

Work Study 
Priscilla's kind personality has 
endeared her to all at W.H.S. 
Let's hope that the many friend- 
ships she made here will fol- 
low her through life. 



JUDITH MURPHY 
1094 Main St. 

S 208 Business 

Judy's desire for a clerical 
career stems from her favorite 
class— Mrs. K. Murphy's Office 
Procedure. A horsemaster at 
heart, she finds instant enjoy- 
ment atop a fast steed. 




KEVIN MURPHY 
54 Rockridge Rd. 
S 208 C/ 

Football co-captain Murphy 
will always be remembered 
for his fine performance on 
the field, and especially the 
memorable 1965 Newton game. 
Popular brown-eyed Kevin en- 
joyed the Talent Show and Sen- 
ior Revue as well as sports. 





SHEILA. MURRAY 
35 Beechwood Rd. 
S 208 Business 

English with Mrs. Johnson is 
number one on the list for tall 
lovely Sheila. This blue eyed 
senior, who plans to be a model 
also enjoys eating lobster. 



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ROBERT NASON 

33 Alder Rd. 

S-208 CI 

With the eternal question on 
his lips, "Are you pulling my 
leg?", Bob wills one B.C. pen- 
nant to his favorite teacher, Mr. 
O'Brien. Bob's future plans in- 
clude college. 




ROBERT NAUGHTON 

1 Brookway Ct. 

S208 Q2 

"Harpo", our popular senior, 
can always be found with 
friends Ken and Jack. His "sun- 
ny" disposition will long be 
remembered at Waltham High. 
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; 
Homeroom Representative 2, 3, 
4; Red Cross Representative 2, 
3,4. 




SARAH NOBLE 

20 Cedar Hill Lane 

S-208 CJ 

This attractive, blonde, blue- 
eyed senior can be seen with 
Jan, Cindy, Sally and Lynne. 
Art class with Mr. Sgouros rates 
tops with this popular senior. 
Art, sewing and skiing are this 
senior's interest. Endicott Junior 
is in this senior's future. 
Activities: Latin Club 2; Italian 
Club 2; Art Club 3; Ski Club 
3, 4; Homeroom Rep. 2; Assis- 
tant Homeroom Rep. Home- 
room 3, 4; Senior Musical Re- 
view 4; Homecoming Court 3. 



THERESA NOCELLA 

Business 

Check all the good Chinese 
restaurants in town and maybe 
you'll spot Theresa. She will be 
a welcome addition to the busi- 
ness world. 




LAWRENCE NJUS 

1 1 Lowell St. 

S-012 Work Study 

Larry hopes to put the intel- 
lectual and practical pursuits of 
W.H.S. to good use when he 
faces the outside world. 




PATRICIA NORTON 
102 Cedar St. 
S-211 



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Actually, don't ask us how 
it happened. We heard some- 
one yell, "Geepers Crow" and 
there was Pat pulling her 
friends off the roof near the 
gym lockers. Some people get 
so excited over little things 
like food and friends. 
Activities: Homecoming Atten- 
dant 2; Ski Club 3; Junior Prom 
Committee; Talent Show; Senator. 





JANICE NUTTING 

35 Wadsworth Ave. 

S-207 C2 

Janice wants to enlist in the 
Navy after graduation. She 
hopes to work full-time mend- 
ing her uniforms as sewing is 
her main interest. We leave you 
7,000,000 common pins and 100 
needles with eyes big enough 
to thread and one thimble. 
Activities: Senior Musical Re- 
view. 



WILLIAM NOLTE 
248 Ash St. 
S-205 



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Bill wills a tape-recording of 
announcements at lunch to Mr. 
Yetten. Bob, Chuck, Dave and 
"peoples" will tell you that Bill, 
who plans college in the future, 
liked two years of Mrs. John- 
son for homeroom best at 
W.H.S. 

Activities: Swim Team 2, 3, 4; 
Track; Senior Review; "W" Club 
3,4. 




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ROBERT O'BRIEN 
30 Beaverbrook Rd. 
S 205 Co//ege 

Mike, Bob, Buddy tell us 
that hockey is tops with Robert 
at W.H.S. Cars and sports are 
his interests. English with Mrs. 
MacClary is his favorite class. 
Robert wills lockers to the 
school. College is in his future. 
Activities: Hockey 4. 



SUSAN O'BRIEN 

8 Chester Lane 

20 Dist. Ed. 

Sue is interested in horseback 
riding and art and likes to 
spend her leisure time in the 
girls' room. She and her friends, 
Ann, Pat, and Lorraine like re- 
tail merchandising with Mr. 
O'Neil. 

Activities: Talent Show 3; 
D.E.C.A. 4. 






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RICHARD O'CONNOR 

141 Florence Road 

S211 C// 

University life should prove to 
be rewarding to Rich after the 
eventful years at W.H.S. He 
feels nostalgic about our lunch- 
es. 





KATHLEEN O'HALLORAN 

80 Chester Lane 

S 204 CI I 

This active brown-eyed, 
brown-haired senior thinks 
swimming and W.H.S. football 
games are tops. Kathy can be 
found eating pizza with Jeanne, 
June, Cheryl and Judy, or at 
rallies at the "Res". Her future 
plans are to be a teacher. Eng- 
lish with Mrs. Czarnowski is 
her favorite class. 

Activities: F.T.A. 3; Senior Re- 
vue; Talent Show 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Yearbook 4. 




WALTER O'HARA 

726 South Street 

S 012 Work Study 

Walter says that his main in- 
terest is girls and also com- 
ments that every boy in the 
school is his friend. He leaves 
the work study course to Mr. 
Dollard, whose Math class he 
likes best. 



EILEEN O'NEIL 
69 Dix Street 

S 308 Accounting 

Looking for Eileen? She will 
be found eating pizza and 
French fries with her friends 
Sally, Bumper, and Rahna. She 
plans to be a dental assistant. 

Activities: Ski Club 3, 4; Talent 
Show 4. 




GERALDINE O'REILLY 

65 Midland Drive 

S 209 CI 

Geri, better known as "chip- 
munk" can be seen bouncing 
down the corridor with friends 
Donna, Leslie, Joanne and Jean- 
nie. You can't help but see 
those O'Reilly eyes smiling 
while Geri cheers the Hawks 
on to victory. Good luck to 
Geri in becoming an elemen- 
tary school teacher. 

Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4; 
Senior Class V.P.; Yearbook 
Staff; Sr. Revue; Reflector Staff; 
Spanish Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; 
Jr. Prom Committee; Homeroom 
Rep.; Talent Show. 





WILLIAM ORMEROD 
15 Oak Road 

S 209 CI and Cll 

"All the junk left in my 
locker to who ever wants it" 
is Bill's donation to any desir- 
ous incoming sophomore. Bill 
plans to become a research 
biologist and perfect the Hoff- 
man High Protein Candy Bar 
even further. 

Activities: Cross Country 2, 3, 
4; Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; Out- 
door Track 2, 3, 4. 



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KEITH PACHECO 
1369 Trapelo Road 
S 01 



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Deane, John, Chris, and Lee, 
"partners in crime", join Chico 
in his favorite pastimes; scuba 
diving, swimming, tennis, and 
music. Biology with Mr. Amo- 
rein along with lobster and 
watermelon rate high with 
Keith. He plans to study 
medicine after graduation. 

Activities: Sr. Show; Talent 
Show; Swimming Team. 




MARINA PAIGE 
45 Chestnut St. 

S209 Honors 

One of our Brandeis repre- 
sentatives, Nina was also the 
music director of the Talent 
Show. She enjoys music and 
rare roast beef with Leslie, 
Karen, and Laurie. Next year 
it's away to college, but be- 
fore you go, don't forget to 
leave that mistake-proof chalk 
to Mr. Lynch. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 
4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Math 
Team 2, 3, 4; Office Staff 4; 
German Club 2; Sr. Revue 4; 
Honor Society 3, 4. 




WAYNE PATERSON 
636 Hansen Rd. 

S 209 Business 

The business world is always 
looking for good workers and 
he is one that is coming along 
fast!! Wayne plans a quick 
career, quick money and a 
quick retirement. 



PAULA PAPIA 
1800 Trapelo Road 

S209 c; 

Paula likes all the kids at 
school including Mr. Bohlman. 
Along with friend, Marcia, she 
can be found eating pizza or 
studying Latin. German class 
and the 2:30 bell are more of 
her favorites. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Talent 
Show 3; Sr. Talent Revue 4; 
Scenery Director. 




MARY PASSORELLO 
20 Dexter St. 

S209 Business 

". . . And it's a Yaz homer 
out of the park," Mary cheers 
loudly. Mary leaves WHS with 
fond remembrances of the Sox 
winning season. She anticipates 
getting married and a career 
in I.B.M. 





WILLIAM PEDERSON 

162 Dale St. 

S 209 CI 

This outgoing senior loves 
skiing, in fact he thrives on it! 
Maybe your future plans in 
medicine will help you on the 
slopes. 

Activities: H.R. Rep. 2, 3; Ski 
Club 2, 3, 4-Treas. 3, Pres. 4; 
Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Sr. Revue 
4; Track 3. 



ALAN C. PEIRCE 
400 Waverleyoaks Rd. 
S209 en 

Realizing the "lack of time" 
at W.H.S., Al has willed his 
clock to S209. Do you happen 
to have a couple more for S306 
and S208? His interests range 
from motorcycles to hunting, 
depending on his mood. 




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LINDA PERESHLUHA 
42 IB Garden Circle 
S 209 CI 

Cheering the Hawks, (espec- 
ially No. 44) was a favorite 
pastime for vivacious Linda, 
our lovely homecoming queen. 
When Linda's not skiing, work- 
ing at the hospital or engaged 
in her many activities, she en- 
joys eating Russian and Chinese 
food. English with Ma Johnson, 
and lunch with Ray will all be 
fond memories of W.H.S. for 
this senior. 





JOANNE PEROS 

215 Doty St. 

S 209 Honors and CI 

Cheerleader Joanie is an avid 
fan of Mrs. Steinberg's English 
classes. Her favorite hobbies of 
dancing and acting were put 
to good use in the Senior Re- 
vue, Talent Show and Drama- 
tic Club. Her future plan is 
to be a theater arts major in 
college. 







STEPHEN PETERS 
38 Willard St. 

Carpentry 

Stephen, who says he is a 
"great guy", likes to eat pan- 
cakes and work at shop. His 
friends are Mike, Jo, John, 
Dave, and Dan. Steve wills his 
old shop clothes to the school. 
He intends to go into the 
Marines after he graduates. 




DANNY PETERSON 
1 1 Pine Vace Road 
S 211 Genera/ 

Danny is a proud Swede at 
heart and has a weakness for 
Swedish dishes. It was his 
amazing slide into class where 
he was declared safe at first 
by the teacher, that will never 
be forgotten. 



KAREN PIAZZA 
15 Kenwood Lane 
S 209 



Honors 



Karen loves potatoes (prefer- 
ably raw) and Italian food. Her 
favorite class is Doc's Biology 
class. If she's not there, look 
in the Biology cage under A 
for agar plates or P for Petri 
dishes. 

Activities: Drama Club 2, 3, 4, 
Chairman of Make-up; German 
Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Chorus 4; Lab Assistant 4; Mr. 
Belliveau's Office 2; Yearbook 
Editor. 




ANNE MARIE PICARD 
96 Central Street 
S 306 Clerk Typist 

Being with Ray, to Anne 
Marie is only surpassed by her 
desire for fried clams. This 
benefactor graciously leaves all 
her money (0.05) to Mr. Belli- 
veau. She will make an excel- 
lent secretary for some lucky 
employer. 





PAUL PICARELLO 

74 Woodland Road 

S209 Genera/ 

Paul has devised a clever 
plan to purchase Fort Knox, but 
it is top secret. After this he 
will retire and move to the 
West Coast to experiment in 
car design. 



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RUTH J. PILICY 
11 Cunningham Circle 
S 306 Business 

The one thing that aggravates 
Ruthie is a third floor home- 
room. Anything would seem in- 
ferior after having Mrs. G. 
Johnson for two years wouldn't 
it? Eating fried clams, skiing, 
and boating lessens the routine 
of school for Ruthie. 
Activities: Russian Club 3; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee 3; Pep 
Squad 2; Senior Revue; Talent 
Show 4; Senior Prom Commit- 
tee. 



MARILYN PINKHAM 

69 Alderwood Road 

S 306 Clerk-Typist 

"Let's go scooping", says 
Lynne, a frequent water skier 
and bowler. Lynne enjoys busi- 
ness with Mr. Hart. She hopes 
to enter secretarial work after 
graduation. 

Activities: Main Office 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4. 




ROBERTA PITTS 

24 Lowell Street 

S 306 Clerk-Typist 

Bobbie, a future airline stew- 
ardess, leaves Mr. Peroni a new 
fully wired accounting machine. 
She enjoys Mrs. S. Murphy's 
office procedure class most of 
all. 

Activities: Housemasters Office; 
Mr. Morang's office. 





SHIRLEY PITTS 
43 Clematis Ave. 
S 1 08 Business 

Green-eyed Shirley enjoys 
bowling and watching football 
games with her friends Julie 
and Eileen. She plans to go to 
I.B.M. school. Gastronomical de- 
lights include Italian food. 




MARIANNE PIZZI 
623 Trapelo Road 
S 108 Honors 

Patti, Janet, Olympia, Leslie, 
will all agree that English with 
Miss Koledo is tops with Mari- 
anne. Spaghetti is her favorite 
food. Marianne's future plans 
are college and teaching. 

Activities: Drama Club 2, 3, 4; 
Italian Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 
2; Latin Club 2; Honor Society; 
Senior Revue. 



MARGUERITE POIRIER 
96 Alder Street 

S 108 Stenographic 

Marguerite likes water-skiing 
and swimming with her friends 
Gail, Pat, Irene and Annette. 
Her favorite class is History 
with Mrs. Davis. She plans a 
career as a secretary. 




RAHNA POIRIER 
57 Lawrence Street 
S 211 Co//ege 

"All right now!" says Rahna 
to an invitation to a ski-week- 
end. She can be frequently 
found at the Chateau with 
Eileen, Jane, Judy or Linda. We 
hope Rahna finds swimming in 
France very agreeable. 
Activities: Sr. House Office; Ski 
Club; Drama Club; Senior Re- 
vu&. 




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GAYLE POLIMER 
30 Beaver St. 

S 211 CI 

Gayle has offered a nourish- 
ing apple to any poor student 
who is forced to catch the 7:10 
bus to school «nd forego break- 
fast. Dr. Kubin's lectures in 
Biology II are considered most 
informative but what about 
those tricky doors that don't 
open. She is off to Hong Kong 
to eat Chinese food. 
Activities: Drama Club, French 
Club: Senior Musical Review. 





HAROLD PORTER 

36 Caughey St. 

S 211 Cll 

Harry has a good sense of 
humor but those battles for 
parking spaces are ridiculous. 
A sense of humor is valuable 
so we leave you a collapsible 
V.W. which neatly fits in your 
back pocket and is big enough 
for Andy too. 




WAYNE PORTER 

156 Robbins St. 

S-21 1 Business 

We have called upon our staff 
to invent an aquatic bow and 
arrow for Wayne. Now he can 
practice his favorite sport which 
is archery and catch his favor- 
ite supper which is sea food. 



WAYNE PRESCOTT 

244 Brown St. 

H.R. 15 Auto Mechanics 

Wayne enjoys car racing. He 
would like to work in his own 
garage after graduation. 




JOHN PRIEST 

1 1 Warwick Ave. 

S-21 1 CI and Cll 

Hazel-eyed John, who likes 
hamburg and gravy, but who 
would like a bigger school, en- 
joys typing classes with Mr. 
Thibault. He doesn't like ses- 
sions, but is interested in cars 
and being with Bob, Larry, 
Steve, Renny and Jim. He plans 
to attend East Coast Aero Tech. 

Activities: Language Lab Assis- 
tant 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club 2. 





DONNA PRINCE 

19 Noonan St. 

SOI Work Study 

Donna says she is usually 
quiet but happy, because her 
main interests are hairdressing, 
sewing, reading and marriage. 
Her favorite teacher, to whom 
she leaves a new desk, is Mrs. 
O'Rourke. What she likes most 
about the school are Math and 
English classes. She includes 
marriage in her immediate fu- 
ture. 




MICHAEL QUINN 

17 Caldwell Rd. 

H. R. 15 Auto Mechanics 

Mike is one of our outstand- 
ing football players. His inter- 
ests vary from car racing to 
sports. He liked the coffee 
breaks in Mr. Kal's room the 
best and plans to own his own 
mechanic shop. Anyone need 
his car repaired? 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Ski Club. 



LEONARD QUIRK 
124 Willow St. 

H.R. 24 Electronics 

Len, whose interests are sports 
and food, likes to have steak 
and potatoes. Although shop 
ranks first, he liked English 
with Mr. Hertigan and plans to 
attend school in the future. 

Activities: Student Council; 
Safety Committee. 




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MICHAEL QUIRK 

67 Upland Rd. 

S211 CI 

Brown-haired Michael likes 
soccer, tennis, and swimming, 
with friends Pete and Pearl. He 
also enjoys English with Miss 
Koledo but he wishes his class- 
es were less crowded. He is 
looking forward to graduation 
and has included college in his 
future ptans. 

Activities: Interact 3; Senior Tal- 
ent Revue 4. 




ADDISON RAINES JR. 

26 Dexter St. 

S211 CII 

Buddy is disturbed at the 
lack of consideration given to 
minor sports at W.H.S. We hope 
you represent the U.S.A. at the 
next Olympics. 

Activities: Cross Country 2, 3, 
4; Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; Out- 
door Track 2, 3, 4; "W" club 
3,4. 




ROBERT J. RANSOM 

99 Circle Dr. 

SO 12 Work Study 

Robert is a rather quiet chap. 
His main interests include car- 
pentry and architectual design 
and he plans a career in one 
of these. He looks forward to 
graduation and no 7:45 bells. 





PATRICIA RANDO 

598 Lexington St. 

S211 Honors 

Patty's interests in foreign 
languages may lead to a fu- 
ture career as an interpreter. 
Patty's favorite class is English 
with "Ma" Johnson. This raven 
haired senior loves Kiwi fruit 
and the study of Russian. 




ANNA RANDOLFI 
970 Trapelo Rd. 

Stenographic 

Anna, called "Banana" by 
her friends likes reading, sports, 
and Business Machines with 
Miss Mc Quarrie. She wills Mr. 
Hood more time to do every- 
thing. Her plans include busi- 
ness school and work in the 
foreign service. 

Activities: "This Week at Walt- 
ham High" 4; Guidance Office 
2, 3, 4. 




JANET RAO 
126 Totten Poun Rd. 
S 211 Honors 

Janet, whose interests range 
from skiing to cheering, plans 
to enter college after gradua- 
tion. Mariann, Joanne, Olympia 
and Linda will agree that this 
senior has added a lot of spirit 
to our sports activities. 
Activities: Cheerleader 4; Drama 
Club 2, 3, 4; Hm. Rep. 2, 3, 4; 
Housemaster's Office 2, 3, 4; 
Honor Society 3, 4. 



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ELIZABETH REARDON 
39 Bruce Rd. 
S 211 

Freckle-faced Betty has all 
that is needed for success in 
college. This efficient senior 
who has aided Mrs. De Wolf 
for three years, wills her more 
desk space. 

Activities: French Club 2, 3, A; 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4. 




CHARLES RAY REDDING 

58 Weir Rd. 

H.R. 11 Machine shop 

Well "Charlie", now that 
sdiool is over you can devote 
all your time to drag-racing 
and race cars. Bet you'll miss 
all the girls in the cafe! Charles 
expects to be a precision 
machinist on custom-built rac- 
ing cars. 



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PATRICIA REDDING 
58 Weir Road 

S21 1 Stenographic 

Brown-haired Pat leaves her 
fall to her favorite teacher, 
Mrs. McClary. She loves danc- 
ing, horseback riding, and eat- 
ing spaghetti and meatballs. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 4; 
Senior Revue 4. 




JEAN RIBEIRO 
105 Greer St. 

S 211 CI 

Just being around with her 
friends is what Jean likes best 
at W.H.S. When not in her fav- 
orite class, P.O.D., with Mrs. 
Davis, Jean can be seen with 
Jan, Cindy, Gail, and Carol, eat- 
ing pizza. Horseback riding and 
skiing are this senior's interests. 
Activities: Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Revue. 



CHESTER RICHARDSON 

91 Hillcrest St. 

S211 CI 

Smile is the word when Chet 
is around. His mornings are 
spent at the radiator with pals 
Fran, Steve, Sandy, Chris, Al 
and Paul. Calculus with Mr. 
Sheehan is his favorite cla-ss. A 
branch of engineering will be 
his college major. 
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Rep. 
3,4. 




CLAIRE RICHARD 

63 Oak St. 

S 211 Clerical 

Ambitious and marriage 
minded, Claire plans a short 
career as a secretary. Her lei- 
sure time is spent bowling. 

Activities: Data Processing. 





STEVEN RICHELSON 

356 Lincoln St. 

S211 CI 

Steve was president of the 
Latin Club and treasurer of the 
NHS. He enjoyed the variety 
of acquaintances the student 
body offered. He plans to at- 
tend college and reserve time 
for sports and music. 
Activities: German Club 2; Latin 
Club 2, 3, 4; NHS 3, 4; Home- 
room Rep. 2. 




LOUIS RIZZO 
170 Seminole Ave. 
S 306 C II 

. Big Lou's favorite activity is 
major sessions. Well Lou, what 
can you expect when you get 
caught pecking a hole in one 
of our sturdy walls? 



MARY ANN RIZZO 
170 Lowell St. 

S306 Honors 

Mary Ann likes the students 
at WHS but wishes there was 
more time for passing. West- 
minster Abbey has its Poet's 
Corner and the new high school 
will have its corner for Mrs. 
Johnson. 

Activities: Mr. Levey's Office 2, 
3, 4; Pep Squad 2; Latin Club 
3, A; Jr. Prom Committee. 




DENNIS ROACH 

15 Sunnyside St. 

S 306 CI 

Dennis is the class artist and 
finds the ordinary classroom 
routine very uncreative. His 
ambition is to become an artist 
and also continue his educa- 
tion at college. His favorite 
class is Art with Mr. Sgouros. 

Activities: Folk Club 2; Year- 
book 4. 



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GINETTE ROBICHAUD 
148 Hammond Street 

Business 

"Well, it's like this," Ginette 
wills one remote control filing 
cabinet to Miss Snow, her fav- 
orite teacher. She plans a career 
in accounting with sidelights 
such as skating, bowling and 
reading. 




NORMAN ROBICHAUD 
74 Bacon Street 

Auto Mechanics 
This senior is interested in 
making money and describes 
himself as "generous and peace- 
ful." To Mr. Kalishman he 
leaves his own hair and a 
new teapot. Richard and the 
Frenchman know that Norman 
would like to be a brake spec- 
ialist. 



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ROSE-MARIE ROBICHAUD 
108 Seminole Avenue 

Accounting 

Rose-Marie has kindly decided 
to leave her books to any in- 
terested incoming sophomore. 
She plans to become a legal 
secretary with long lunch breaks 
for enjoying pizza and conver- 
sation with her friends. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2. 



JAMES ROBINSON 
10 Mokema Avenue 

College I 

Jim, a blue-eyed senior, en- 
joys Math IV with Mr. O'Brien. 
He is an enthusiastic roller 
skater. College is in the future 
for this freedom lover. 







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LINDA RODES 
196 Temple Road 

College I 

Linda, "Lymp", Joannie, Migs, 
Janet and Marianne participate 
in almost all of the activities 
at WHS, from Drama Club . to 
Student Council. When the in- 
frequent vacations roll around, 
there is always time for horse- 
back riding. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Drama 
Club 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Rep- 
resentative 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 4; Senior Musical Re- 
view 4. 



DIANE ROONEY 

220 Prospect Hill Road 

College II 
This pretty blonde, blue-eyed 
senior enjoyed decorating for 
the Junior Prom. English with 
Mrs. Johnson rates high with 
Diane. Roon is interested in 
skiing and swimming. 

Activities: Student Council 3; 
German Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 
2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Folk Club 
2; Junior Prom Committee 3. 






WINIFRED ROSE 
42 Lawrence Street 

College I 
Dear Winnie, 

We are really sorry that you 
don't like the lumpy floors at 
WHS, but we are glad that you 
like hawks. May you never 
wear two different shoes to 
school again. 

Sincerely, 

Class of '68 

Activities: Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
German Club 2, 4; Spanish Club 
3; Teen Canteen 3, 4; FTA 3, 
4; Mirror Rep. 3, Sub. Ed. 4; 
Lang. Lab Ass't. 2. 



JANICE ROLLO 
169 Grove Street 

College II 

"You nummer!" yells Janice 
to Johnny, Sherry and Jackie. 
Janice's friends tell us that her 
favorite food is cheeseburger. 
IBM school is in. this senior's 
mind after graduation. When 
not in Mr. Hart's Law class, 
Janice can be found singing or 
dancing. 

Activities: Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Senior Musical Review 4. 




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ANNETTE ROSS 

105 Greer St. 

S 306 CI 

The members of the defunct 
jug band will always remember 
Net, (or Anita), as the dili- 
gent student of Miss Koledo's 
English class. Net plans to 
spend the summer on the Cape 
at Provincetown, then attend 
U. Mass in the fall. 
Activities: Spanish Club 2, 3, 
4; Italian Club 2; Talent Show 
3; Latin Club 3; School Column 
3, 4. 





STEPHEN ROURKE 

45 Albert St. 

S306 CI 

Steve, who was active in 
making our senior revue a suc- 
cess leaves a bosun's whistle to 
Mr. May for use before an- 
nouncements. He loves music 
but hates those long waits in 
line at third lunch. We leave 
Steve a tape recording of those 
morning announcements to 
expand his collection. 
Activities: Senior Revue; Talent 
Show; Drama Club President 



PATRICIA RUGGLES 

51 Brightwood Rd. 

S306 " CI 

Popular with her schoolmates, 
Pat hopes to be equally popu- 
lar as a teacher when she re- 
turns to Waltham after her col- 
lege days. 

Activities: G.A.P. 3, 4; F.T.A. 
3, 4; German Club 3. 







JOANNE ST. GERMAIN 

34 Albert St. 

S 306 C/ 

Talented and intelligent, Jo 
is one of our most active par- 
ticipants in the senior class. 
She intends entering the teach- 
ing profession as a modern 
languages instructor. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; French 
Club 2; Prom Committee 3, 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 
4; Drama Club 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; 
Honor Society 4; Student Coun- 
cil, Secretary 3; House Office 
Staff. 




RICHARD RUSCAK 
23 Copeland St. 

S 306 CI 

As a future FBI agent may- 
be Dick can save the school 
from the diabolical plot by the 
enemy to capture it. His favor- 
ite subject at WHS was math 
with Miss Bowen. 
Activities: Jet Club 2, 3. 



CHRIS RYAN 

55 Chester Lane 

S 306 CI 

Chris, a talented actress and 
enthusiastic fan of WHS sport 
events plans a career in nurs- 
ing. Karen and the rest of F 
troop agree that the students 
at WHS are great. 

Activities: Drama Club; F.N. A. 
2, 3, 4; Prom Comm.; Student 
Council 3. 





MICHAEL SANTA 
125 Warwick Ave. 
S 306 CI 

Mike is pretty average— he 

likes hamburgers, skiing, gym, 

and has many friends. Mike 
plans to go to college. 



RICHARD SARNO 

120 Seminole Ave. 

S 307 CI 

Math office studies and class- 
es with Mr. Lynch had a mys- 
terious appeal for Rich. He also 
enjoyed English with Mrs. John- 
son, Chemistry with Dr. Kubin, 
and roast beef with Tom, 
Monte, Stick, and Fred. College 
is next on the list. 

Activities: Chemistry Club. 




MARY SARRO 

7-B Hansen Road 

S Oil Work Study 

Another participant in the 
Work Study group, Mary likes 
the idea of being able to work 
and attend school simultaneous- 
ly. This is one of those rare 
opportunities. 



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GLORIA SAULNIER 
18 Chester Lane 

S 307 Clerk-Typist 

Gloria (or Gidget) enjoys 
eating pizzas. If you hear the 
familiar line, "Hey, what's hap- 
pening", you can be sure it's 
Gidget speaking. Her plans in- 
clude business school and sec- 
retarial work. 




GARY SAWIN 

63 Barbara Road 

S 307 CI 

Gary liked the football games 
best at W.H.S. The ideal situa- 
tion for him would be eating 
a juicy steak with his friends 
and repeating continually "Are 
you kidding?" Next year Gary 
will journey on to college. 

Activities: Spanish Club 2, 3, 
4; Latin Club 2; J.A. 



FRED SAUL 
58 Hollace St. 

S-307 C-l 

When not working at the 
Star, Fred can be found play- 
ing his accordian or riding 
around Buttrick's with friends. 




LESTER SCAFIDI 
149 Trapelo Road 
S 307 CI 

Lester, in his usual outgoing 
manner has generously donat- 
ed a new wall (done in early 
depression) or one hippy post- 
er if the former is unavailable, 
to Miss Robin's homeroom. 

Activities: Band 2, 4; Ski Club 
2, 4; Treas. 4; Chorus Pres. 4; 
Senior Revue 4; French Club 
Treas. 4. 





CAROLYN SCALIA 
405 Creasant St. 

S-307 C-l 

Caroline has frequently 
thought about the language lab, 
the cafe, the science labs, and 
the various activities offered by 
this system. They will revive 
fond memories in the future. 



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ELLEN SCANLON 
62 Warren St. 

S 307 Business 

Ellen loves flowers especial- 
ly pink ones of any size and 
shape. She is better known as 
"Ag" to her friends Mary Ellen, 
Marsha and Margaret. Always 
on the go, her interests in- 
clude skiing, dancing, horse- 
back riding and eating fried 
clams. Whether inside or out- 
side of school Ellen only wants 
to have fun. 




CHARLES SCHAUFUS 

72 Mallard Way 

S 307 C// 

For putting your hand 
through a window, we are do- 
nating to you a "fragile-glass- 
handle with care" sign. Charle 
relinquishes his skiis to our Mr. 
Meader. He plans to enter hotel 
management. You can be in 
charge of our next reunion, 
O.K.? 

Activities: Ski Club. 




ELLEN SEARLE 
52 Hays Rd. 

S 307 c/ 

Ellen, our track co-manager, 
bequeaths to Mr. Fleming a nut 
shell. She enjoys steak and 
french fries with the kids from 
second lunch. Her ambition is 
to follow in the footsteps of 
her favorite teacher, Mrs. G. 
Johnson and become a high 
school teacher. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 3, 4; A.F.S. semi-finalist 
3; track co-manager 4; Talent 
Show 3, 4; Senior Review 4; 
Prom Committee 3, 4; House- 
masters Office 2, 3, 4; Main 
Office 3, 4; Mirror Editorial 
Staff 4. 



JO-ELLEN SELBY 

95 Marlborough Rd. 

S 307 C// 

"I wish the students of 
W.H.S. better years in the fu- 
ture. Good luck to Mr. Collins 
and tJ[r. Steinberg with their 
English classes." Nice words 
from a great girl. 




MARY ELLEN SENNETT 

56 Lyman Street 

S Oil Work Study 

Subs, pizza and hot dogs are 
the favorites of Mary Ellen, our 
future telephone operator. She 
is also a great dancing enthu- 
siast. 





JOANNE SEVERINO 

73 Prospect Hill Road 

S 307 CI 

Joanne's favorite class was 
math with Mr. Sheehan. Her fu- 
ture includes college and much 
happiness. To the incoming 
sophomores she leaves a com- 
plete set of directions. 
Activities: F.T.A. 3, 4; Drama 
Club 3, 4; Italian Club 2, 3, 4; 
Mirror Staff 4; Senior Review. 



RONI-BETH SHAPIRO 
19 Everett Street 
S 307 



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Friendly and green-eyed Roni 
enjoys eating bagels and knish- 
es. Pastimes include dancing, 
skiing and bowling with the 
team. We know she will be 
dedicated to her social work 
after college. 

Activities: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; 
Ski Club 4; Pep Squad 4; Clinic 
Staff 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Jr. 
Prom Committee; Office Staff 
3, 4; Basketball and Volleyball 
2. 




WILLIAM SHEA 
276 Florence Road 
S 307 

Billy can be seen on the 
football field or at Brigham's 
with Mike, Jeff, Bud and the 
gang. This friendly Hawker 
hopes to attend college in the 
future. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 3, 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3. 




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LAURIE SHIRLEY 

190 Robbins St. 

S 307 Honors 

A Melancholy Baby?— not 
Laurie. She is constantly busy 
between drama workshop, eat- 
ing Swedish meatballs (made 
by the mother of the year), or 
modeling a 3-D map of China 
for Mrs. Roby. 

Activities: This Week at Walt- 
ham High 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 
3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Sec- 
retary 3; Senior Play 4; Chorus 
4; Latin Club 2; French Club 4. 




DAVID R. SIMPSON 
91 Hawthorne Road 
S 307 CI 

Having taken your cause to 
heart, we announce the hiring 
of a new assistant in the Phy- 
sics department to help Mr. 
Levesque. Quiet Dave enjoys 
spectator sports with his friends 
Ed, Mark and Dave. 



CHRISTINE SKOTLAND 

30 Sanders Lane 

S 307 Stenographic 

Chris is probably the only 
girl in the world who'd like 
to be able to eat a pizza and 
type 100 words a minute while 
riding horseback. The world 
needs more like Chris. 
Activities: Senior House Office 
2; English Office 3, 4; Main 
Office 4. 





STANLEY SLOTNICK 

133 Whitman Road 

S 307 C/ 

Follow the smell of tanger- 
ines to W-01 after school some- 
day. There among the ruins of 
a calibrated 25 L. volumetric 
flask, dozens of test tubes and 
fizzing sulphuric acid stands 
Stan, our chem lab assistant, 
madly concocting chemicals for 
his boss. He loves second lunch 
with Bill, Barry and Stu. 

Activities: French Club 2, 3, 4; 
Interact 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; 
Lab Assistant 3, 4; Talent Show 
3; Senior Revue 4; Homeroom 
Rep. 2. 



PETER SMITH 

83 Woodland Rd. 

S 307 CI 

Pete whose future plans in- 
clude college, • enjoys fishing, 
hunting and sports. This out- 
going Senior has a deep pas- 
sion for sea food. 



KENNETH R. SODERHOLM JR. 
119 Taylor St. 

S 308 CI 

Kenny, co-captain of the track 
team, votes yea for physics 
and Mr. Levesque. He optimisti- 
cally anticipates a career as a 
ceramics engineer. 
Activities: Cross-country 3, 4; 
National Honor Society. 





VIRGINIA SMITH 

27 Cedarcroft Lane 

S 307 Stenographic 

This popular senior wills 
shorthand notebooks to Miss 
Hogarty. Virginia can be seen 
eating subs with Carol, Mary 
Ellen and Kathie. English and 
studies are what this senior 
liked best at W.H.S. This sen- 
ior plans to become a secre- 
tary. Anyone looking for a re- 
liable one? 



CARO'L SPATARO 

23 Evergreen Avenue 

S-308 Stenographic 

"Shortie" likes any outdoor 
sport but her favorites are 
swimming and tennis. Carol's 
favorite foods include turkey 
and fried chicken. Her plans 
are to become a legal secretary. 
"Good things come in small 
packages!" 

Activities: Italian Club 2; Arch- 
ery 3; Honor Society 2, 3; Year- 
book 4; Senior Review 4; Main 
Office Staff 4. 






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ALAN M. SPILLERT 

56 Mallard Way 

S-308 Honors, C-7 

"Me thinks I've created a 
monster!" might be heard echo- 
ing from the lab of the future 
biologist Alan. This student, 
who must be another John 
Baresford Tipten, has donated 
several million dollars (tax 
free) to total restoration of 
the settlement of WHS. 

Activities: Chess Club; Reflec- 
tor; Jets. 




COLLEEN STANKARD 
89 Rockridge Rd. 
S207 C/7 

Colleen has gained overnight 
success for her outstanding per- 
formance in the Senior Revue. 
Though she looks like Shirley 
Temple, she is still a "Honey 
Bun!" 





ERIC STEVENS 
47 Lionel Ave. 

S-308 C-2 

"Twiggy," as called by his 
friends Doug, Ray, and Ed was 
one of our golf players for 
WHS. Eric's interests vary from 
golf to girls. Willing his golf 
clubs to Mr. Krol, "Twiggy" 
has all our hopes to become a 
professional golfer. 
Activities: Golf; Judo; Weight- 
lifting. 



DOUGLAS STANLEY 

97 Circle Dr. 

S-308 C-2 

Amiable Doug wills one new 
broom to his favorite custo- 
dian, Joey. He enjoys English 
with Miss Beaulne, and sports 
with Ric, Paul, and Peter. This 
brown-haired senior never 
hopes to have the problem 
he experienced at the high 
school again, of being called 
"Stanley Douglas." 

Activities: Hockey Team (2, 3, 
4). 





DANIEL STREMEKUS 
101 Stow St. 

Drafting 

Dan enjoys the after-school 
activities with friends. The fu- 
ture promises excitement, ad- 
venture and success for this 
enterprising draughtsman. 



MARGARET A. STANTON 

294 Warren St. 

S-308 Business 

It is said that there is an 
explanation for ju^t about any- 
thing, even falling out of a 
gym window while playing ten- 
nis, says Margaret. She can be 
seen with Sheila, Linda and 
Gloria while skiing or at foot- 
ball games. 

Activities: Talent Show (3, 4), 
Jr. Prom Committee; Senior Re- 
view. / 








DEBORAH STURTEVANT 
240 Prospect Hill Lane 
S-308 C-7 

Debbie, a future medical 
technologist, generously donates 
student parking spaces to all 
students who arrive too late 
to park very close to the school. 
Activities: Ski Club (2, 4), FNA 
(2, 3), Reflector (2), Red Cross 
(2, 3) Teen Canteen (3). 




GAYLE SULLIVAN 
245 Lake Street 

S-308 C-7 

Gayle is one of Brigham's 
regular customers and can be 
found there with many of her 
friends. May you always have 
a mouth of sundaes. 



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JAMES SULLIVAN 

137 Robbins St. 

H.R. 16 Auto Body 

James likes vacations, but 
dislikes the early school hours. 
He is interested in working on 
racing cars with Paul, Ronnie, 
and John. He likes shop with 
Mr. Scimemi and plans to work 
in a body shop after gradua- 
tion. 




ANDREA SURETTE 
16 Chamberlain Terrace 
S 308 Stenographic 

If you were looking for Andy 
this summer you will find her 
rooting for her favorite base- 
ball team, the Red Sox. (Who 
else?) She wishes to leave Mr. 
Hood a gold-plated copy of 
Hamlet. 





MARY ANN SUSI 
145 Brewster Rd. 
S 208 CI 

Mary Ann anxiously awaits 
Friday at 2:31 P.M. because a 
whole weekend of adventure 
may lie ahead. She will make 
a welcome addition to the col- 
lege of her choice. 



BARBARA ANN SWEENEY 
50 Leitha Drive 

S 308 Stenographic 

Barbara, who came to us 
from J.F.K. Jr. High School, has 
brought along a lively interest 
in all major sports activities 
at W.H.S. Mary Jane and Patti 
will agree that Barbara's favor- 
ite food is Chinese. 




CHRYSTYNA ZENOBIA 

SWYSTUN 
1264 Trapelo Rd. 
S 202 c/ 

Chrystyna enjoyed sports and 
Mr. O'Brien's math class. A 
bit of the outside world is still 
a part of Chrystyna and, when- 
ever she can, she rushes to 
the nearest Ukrainian food- 
stand for a bite to eat. 





GLORIA JEAN TESTA 

25 Sheffield Rd. 

S 308 Stenographic 

Gloria keeps everyone laugh- 
ing. She enjoys reading, hik- 
ing and classes with Miss Mac 
Quarrie. Her future plans in- 
clude going to business school 
to be a medical secretary. 

Activities: Honor Society; Eng- 
lish Office; Main Office and 
Guidance Office Staff. 




JOHN THERIAULT 
24 Lowell St. 

Carpentry 

John attributes his success 
among friends to his good 
humor and an easy personal- 
ity. Remember "first things 
first". He leaves hoping every- 
one enjoys the new high school. 




SALLY THOMAS 
14 Hagar St. 

S 308 CI 

Sally agrees that she will 
miss the days at W.H.S., in- 
cluding the lunches, the morn- 
ing conferences in the corri- 
dors and her friends. 






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PAULA TIERNEY 
29 Copeland St. 

S-308 C-7 

Paula, loves meeting people 
and making friends. As she 
goes forth into the world of 
long, blonde hair and mini- 
skirts, fond memories of W.H.S. 
go with her. Dreamin' of the 
"endless summer" is a frequent 
experience with her friends Les- 
lie, Cathy and Peggy. 
Activities: F.T.A. (3, 4); Pep 
Squad (2); Spanish Club (4); 
French club (2, 3); Drama Club 
(2, 3, 4); Junior Achievement 
(3); Chemistry Club (4); Jun- 
ior Prom Committee; Senior 
Review. 



RONALD TIRONE 

30 Beech Street 

S 308 Business 

Ronnie enjoys girls and 
bowling. His future plans are 
to join the Navy. Ronnie also 
likes pizza with Buddy, Bruce, 
and Steve. He wants Mr. Flight 
to have his Bookkeeping book. 
The best part of the day is 
when the 2:30 bell rings, but 
the worst is getting blue slips. 




SUSAN TOLAN 

43 Amherst Ave. 

H. R. 20 Dist. Ed. 

Susan likes cars, racing, and 
Chinese Food. With Sandy, Bet- 
ty, Florence, and Co Co she 
enjoys classes with Mr. O'Neil. 
Susan desires a career in re- 
tailing. 

Activities: D.E.C.A. (4). 





ROBERT TOOHIL 

836 Trapelo Rd. 

S-308 Co//ege 

This lively senior, who al- 
ways wants to have a good 
time can be seen in Physics 
with Mr. Levesque. Sports, cars, 
and hunting are his main in- 
terests. College, and perhaps 
the service, are his future plans. 
Activities: Rifle Team (2, 3, 4); 
Language Lab Ass't. (2, 3, 4). 




JOAN TOUSIGNANT 

40 Whittier Ave. 

W-201 Honors 

Joan, whose interests include 
surfing and football games, 
liked math with Mr. Vallely. 
This brown-haired senior wills 
a WHS cheering jacket to Mr. 
Fleming, and plans college 
after graduation. Sue, Donna, 
Carol, and Linda will agree that 
lunch, gym, and bomb scares 
made school likeable for Joan. 
Activities: Cheerleader (4); 
Mirror Staff (3); Volleyball (3, 
4); Tennis (3, 4). 



DONNA TREFONIDES 
45 Glen Circle 

W-201 C-2 

Blonde Donna is happiest 
cheering the .Hawks on, but 
she is also kept busy dancing 
and surfing. Friendly Donna can 
be seen on the Bridge before 
school, or at Brigfram's eating 
coffee ice cream. Our active 
cheerleader will never forget 
the Talent Show and Senior Re- 
vue at WHS, and looks for- 
ward to being a dental hygien- 
ist. 

Activities: Cheerleader (3, 4); 
Ski Club (3, 4); FNA (4); Tal- 
ent Show (3, 4); Prom Com- 
mittee; Mirror Staff (4); Senior 
Revue; Tennis (3, 4). 




WILLIAM TROIE 
72 Fiske Avenue 

W-201 C-l 

Speedy Bill can be found on 
weekends either working on 
one of his bikes or racing on 
a nearby track. Perhaps his 
future will include the Grand 
Prix. 





DANIEL TROMBLEY 

36 Summit St. 

W-201 C-7 

Brown-haired, blue-eyed Dan- ' 
ny likes sports and enjoys fried 
clams. He says "Wow" when 
referring to "Ma" Johnson's 
English class. Danny has a great 
time at lunch with Fred, Marc, 
and Jeff. His ambitions include 
college, and then a business. 



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WILLIAM TRUDEAU 
II Roberts Road 
,W 201 Cll 

Innocent Bill is a great asset 
to Waltham High. His friends 
Steve and Dave agree that this 
place would be dull without 
him. Bill's not too sure about 
the future, but he's sure to win 
in whatever he may do. 



SUSAN UKRAINE 
7 Kenwood Lane 
W201 Honors 

"Surf's up." That is all that 
is said and Sue appears in sub- 
zero weather, clutching her 
board, and looking for the per- 
fect wave. It's tough surfing 
here, so she has decided to 
attend the University of Hawaii 
and really mount the big ones. 
Activities: Ski Club 2, 3, 4; H.R. 
Rep. 4; German Club 2, 4; Prom 
Committee 3; Yearbook 4; Vol- 
leyball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 
3, 4; Tennis 3, 4. 




CARMEN VACCARELLO 

19 Milton St. 

W201 

"Very good looking Rocky" 
loves English with Mrs. Johnson 
and working with cars. His 
friends Jan and Joe, and eating 
steak take up his spare time. 
He plans to attend computer 
school next year. 





BASIL VANARIA 
141 Myrtle St. 

Printing 

Basil finds that attending the 
vocational school is an enjoy- 
able way to obtain a skill be- 
fore graduation. He leaves the 
school with memories of those 
fun times with the gang. 





PAUL VALENTE 
51 Indian Road 
W 201 

"I don't believe it!" shouts 
Skip to Jack, Paul, and Steve. 
He would like to see lasagna 
on the school menu. He enjoys 
skiing and Mr. Foley's math 
classes. We hope he doesn't 
get seasick as he sails away 
with the Navy. 



DONALD VANARIA 
18 Washington Ave. 
S 012 Work Study 

Donald leaves a set of 
weights to Mr. Krol. He enjoys 
classes with Mr. Dollard and 
would like to go to a prep 
school. 






DAVID VANDERWYK 
29 Wetherbee Rd. 
W 201 Honors 

"Vince," as Bill and Dave 
call him, rates math classes 
with Mr. Sweeney as tops in 
school, while rifling and photog- 
raphy highlight his free time. 
Dave aspires to a career in 
engineering, and will attend 
Northeastern University after 
graduation. 

Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4; 
Rifle Team 3, 4; German Club 
2; Student Council Rep. 2; 
Latin Club 2. 




RUSSELL VILES 

362 Lexington Street 

W 201 CI 

Russ' most embarrassing mo- 
ment was "smashing the door 
at the bubbler near the math 
office into Mr. Lynch while he 
was drinking." Russ trots off 
to college with a homemade 
lunch. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3, 
4; Spanish club 3, 4; Forum 3; 
This Week At Waltham High 
3, 4; Mirror Staff 4; Language 
Lab Assistant 3, 4; Senior Musi- 
cal Review. 




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MARSHA VINCIULLA 

37 Columbus Ave. 

W281 Business 

With lots of freckles and a 
cute smile, Marsha comments 
that the kids were the best 
thing at W.H.S. A busy girl, 
she always seems amazed at 
how the time flies. The 2:30 
bell always arrives too soon 
for this 'future secretary. 





BARBARA WAITKUNAS 
20 Townsend Street 
W201 Business 

After considerable • research, 
we are able to locate a purple 
vet for you on the condition 
that you surrender your filing 
book to Kathy. May you have 
many more days off and more 
teachers modeled after Ma John- 
son. 




CAROL JEAN WALLACE 

72 Reservoir Road 

W201 CI 

"Happiness is the Hawks", 
shouts this Hawkette from 
every corner of the school. She 
is a cute bundle of bubbly en- 
thusiasm for all the major sports 
events at WHS and she is con- 
stantly at the team's side cheer- 
ing. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3; 
French Club 2; Cheerleader 3, 
4; Pep Squad 2; FTA 3, 4; 
Talent Show 4, Senior Revue; 
Ski Club. 



BRIAN WELLMAN 

61 Milner Street 

H.R. 12 Welding 

Handsome Bri can always be 
seen at "The Cue" with Cyn- 
thia, Lynne, Rose, and Donna. 
His main ambition is to make 
lots of money, with a thought 
of entering the military service. 





JOANNE WEBB 
14 Pond End Road 
W201 Stenographic 

"Oh Hanna!" cries Joanne as 
she runs through the corridors, 
with Leslie, Cathy or Jeannine. 
Cheering for the Hawks, at- 
tending the many proms and 
the Talent Show will all be 
fond memories for Joanne. 
Activities: Cheerleading, Ski 
Club 2; Talent Show 3, 4; Sen- 
ior Revue. 





CHRISTOPHER WELTS 

49 Tomlin Street 

W201 CJ 

Chris likes nothing better 
than scuba diving off Rockport 
with his friends from "the 
club". The Yearbook Office and 
work at the Boys' Club take 
up most of his spare time, but 
he is always ready for a dinner 
of rare steak smothered in 
mushrooms. 

Activities: Band 2, 3, 4; Chorus 
4; Talent Show 2, 4; Senior 
Revue; Latin Club 2; Yearbook 
Staff 4. 

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GERALD WESSELL 

Cll 

While eating steak, cakes and 
pies, Jerry loves to listen to 
records, especially rhythm and 
blues. An ardent girl watcher 
his eyes often get tired. Says 
Jerry, "A smoke detector is a 
must for Mr. May." Future plans 
include college. 




MARGUERITE WHALEN 

155 Prospect Hill Rd. 

W 201 Accounting 

College and travel are in the 
future for this petite senior. 
Peggy enjoyed sports, rallies, 
and English with Ma Johnson, 
a volunteer guide at "The 
Vale" and an active member 
of G.A.P., Peggy finds time 
for coke and pizza with Mau- 
reen, Nancy and Kathy. 




ROBERT WHEELER 

167 Beal Rd. 

W 201 c;; 

Bob considers himself quiet 
with a loud appetite for steak, 
pizza and Chinese food. His im- 
mediate plans are graduation. 





PATRICIA MARY WHELAN 
16 Acorn St. 

S 307 Business 

Patty's favorite foods are 
steak and hot fudge sundaes. 
Working with the blind and 
marriage are her immediate 
plans. She would like to leave 
her books to her brother Tom 
who follows her. 




MARTHA WHITE 
29 Chester Lane 
W 201 Business 

This pert, blonde senior with 
a flair for business, loves the 
2:30 bell. Martha, along with 
her friends Peggy and Char- 
lene, lives for the week-end. 




CAROLE WILEY 

34 Wildwood Lane 

S 003 Honors 

Carole, a very interesting and 
complex person, will become 
an anthropologist, visit Europe 
and someday solve the question 
of the evolution of the "Homo 
Sapien". Kabuki dancing and 
other oddities are active stimuli 
to her aesthetic senses. 



CHARLENE WILKINS 
108 Midland Drive 
W 201 Cll 

Mrs. Shirley's English class 
was Charlene's favorite subject 
at W.H.S. She hopes to be an 
X-Ray Technician after gradu- 
ation. 




NANCY JEAN WOLFE 

24 Herseem Way 

W 201 Honors 

Could this sweet, hazel-eyed 
senior be Waltham's answer to 
Mary Quant? Well, if she can 
be away from Chinese food 
long enough to get down to 
business, there may be a bright 
dress-designing future for 
Nancy. 




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RICHARD WOOD 
31 Whittier Ave. 
W 201 College 

"Right Harry, Fred?" says 
Dick about some math problem 
of Mr. Thompson's. He plans 
to further his education be- 
cause of Mr. Thompson's good 
influence. 



LAUREL WORTHINGTON 
7 Endicott St. 

S 003 Cll 

Ever active Laurel moves 
around the school with friends 
Paula, Linda, and "The F 
Troop." She would like to elim- 
inate 7:50 Monday morning but 
have many more of 2:30 on 
Friday. Vanilla cokes rate high- 
ly with this blond. To you 
Laurel we leave an extra large 
cedar lined locker for all your 
accessories. 




PATRICIA WYSKIEL 

117 High Street 

W 201 Business 

"I hope the kids at Waltham 
High always have the great 
school spirit that the class of 
'68' had. And I hope Mr. Belli- 
veau gets a class of '71' just 
as great as we were." 





CATHERINE ZAGAMI 
69 Alder Street 

W 201 CI and Cll 

"After being in school over 
seas I found Waltham High the 
most enjoyable. The teachers 
and pupils are absolutely great!" 
says brown-eyed Cathy. Be- 
sides Eng. with Mr. Prohovich, 
she enjoys bowling and eating 
pizza with friends Peggy, Jo- 
anne, and Paula. The class of 
'68' wish Cathy lots of luck 
in a business career. 




RAYMOND ZAMMUTO 
86 Central Street 
S 308 CI and Cll 

Fried rice and Chinese food 
can capture the appetite of this 
black-haired, brown-eyed fellow 
anytime. Future plans for Ray 
lie in the field of Meteorology, 
where his greatest interest lies. 
To the Earth Science class Ray 
wills his barometer. 



PAUL ZEIGLER 
8 Calvary Street 

S 203 CI 

Using the talents generated 
by a Creative Writing Course 
of Mrs. MacClary, I submit a 
slight character sketch of my- 
self. "Zig" leaves a warning 
to future football players, "Be- 
ware of the words— We're 
gonna pass this week — for it 
may be slightly deceiving." My 
favorite aspect of the school is 
Mrs. Feldman's math class! So 
long W.H.S. 






LYNDA ZENO 
30 Common St. 

S 203 CI 

Lynda is W.H.S.'s expert on 
U.F.O.'s and she reads all she 
can about them. Her secret love 
is Jazz Saxophones and jet air- 
planes. Lynda hopes to visit 
Africa some day after gradua- 
tion. 






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STEVEN ZIMMERMAN 

8 Albemarle Road 

S 209 CI 

Zip denounces the super- 
fluous necessity for five major 
subjects. His interests are con- 
servation, sports, and a future 
in prep school. 




PHILIP ZUKATYNSKI 
219 Smith Street 

Mechanics 

Though Phil's favorite class 
is English with Mr. Quinn, he 
has decided to leave the mech- 
anics shop some new tools. 
After graduation, Phil would 
like to run his own business. 




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DANIEL BELLIVEAU 

4 Lawton Place 

Rm. 1 1 Machine Shop 

Dan can't say he will really 
miss everything about WHS. 
But he did like math and cafe 
studies. Maybe future work will 
also give him new friends like 
those with whom he shared 
his classes. 



ALLEN BERKMAN 
99 Sheffield Rd. 

D/sf. Ed. 

Al finds distributive educa- 
tion is beneficial in gaining 
needed experience for future 
working positions. He believes 
strongly in this worthwhile 
W.H.S. program. 




LAWRENCE BUCCELLA 
23 Coolidge Ave. 
S 03 Cll 

Larry will never recommend 
making milk carton towers in 
the cafeteria when Al is around. 
While away at engineering 
school he'll miss his friends and 
math with Mr. Curry. 





CAROL CASELLA 

185 Worchester Ave. 

S202 CI 

This long-haired senior is a 
bundle of fun to her friends 
in school. Carol looks forward 
to a bright future in college 
next year. 




DONALD CLASBY 
53 Chester Lane 

S 05 Cll 

Don has been planning for 
college this year, but finds 
there are so many activities to 
deal with that time flies by. 
Well let's hope the same hap- 
pens to him while at college. 
Good luck, Dan. 



PAUL CLIFFORD 

29 Linden Park Dr. 

S 05 CI 

Paul's interests lie mainly in 
sports. You can be sure to see 
him skating up a storm at 
Waltham High's Hockey games 
with his teammates. Paul plans 
to attend college in the future. 

Activities: W Club; Talent 
Show; Band 2, 3. 




SANDRA FABBRI 

26 Tip Top Terrace 

S Oil Work Study 

You "can't be sure, but then 
you never can tell" about Sam 
who really hates to leave W.H.S. 
for hairdressing school. She 
likes Italian food and most of 
Mrs. O'Rourke's jokes. 





STANLEY FERRO 

22 Dix Street 

S05 CI 

Stan's performances in the 
Senior Revue and Talent Show 
will long be remembered with 
a chuckle by the other Hawk- 
ers of W.H.S. Stan's future in- 
cludes college and football. 
Activities: Football; Talent Show 
3, 4; Senior Revue 4; W Club. 



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SHARON MERCURIO 

71 Lake St. 

S207 Genera/ 

Sharon can be seen chatting 
with her friends about all the 
cute boys at WHS. Sharon 
hopes for marriage after grad- 
uation. Sharon creates an at- 
tractive picture when she is 
seen chatting with her many 
friends throughout the school 
corridors. Marriage will play an 
important part in her future. 



GINO MOLA 
436 Waverly Oaks Rd. 
Rm. 16 Auto Body 

Gino is a hard working 
member of the autobody crew 
at W.H.S. Vocational. He says 
he is interested in becoming 
an expert mechanic, and run 
his own garage someday. 





DAVID NAWROCKI 
56C Whittier Ave. 
S 208 CI 

Dave is another of our WHS 
swimming team. He spends a 
lot of time scuba diving and 
keeping in training, perhaps 
for the Air Force Academy, 
where he hopes to major in 
engineering. Dave wills a win- 
ning team to Mr. O'Brien. We 
sincerely hope that you win 
too, Dave. 

Activities: Swim Team 2, 3, 4; 
W Club 3, 4. 



ROBERT SELMA 
23 Elson Rd. 

Rm. 16 Auto Body 

Bob is one of WHS's leading 
fans. He hopes to further the 
skills he m gained at the Voca- 
tional. Wealth is in Bob's fu- 
ture. 





KATHERINE VENO 
30 Hiawatha Ave. 
W201 Business 

Kathy hopes to further her 
abilities in computer program- 
ming after graduation. This 
green-eyed senior says she's 
crazy about dancing. Someone 
should design a dancing com- 
puter for Kathy. 



DANIEL WALSH 
50 Greer St. 
SOI 2 

Danny's warm personality 
was always an asset to WHS. 
His experiences in the Work- 
Experiment group will prepare 
him for an excellent position 
in the business world. 





WALTER WELLMAN 
61 Milner Street 

W 201 Cll 

Walter says that math is his 
favorite class— perhaps another 
Einstein in our midst? Maybe 
he will be WHS's expert in 
years to come. 



SELINA YUNG 
9 Bolton St. 

S 306 CI 

Selina is a quiet but friendly 
senior who enjoys boating. 
Let's hope Selina finds as many 
new friends at college as she 
found at WHS. 




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DEBORAH BRANNELLY 

48 Albert Street 

S003 Cll 

Debbie and her girl friends 
can be seen at Brigham's after 
seeing the Hawks play. This 
happy senipr will make a good 
elementary teacher after her 
graduation from teachers' col- 
lege. 



RONALD HERBERT 
1 1 Willow Street 

Machine Shop 

Ronnie is a great fan of 
water skiing and racing cars. 
An enthusiastic student in the 
machine shop, he hopes to re- 
build engines for his future 
occupation. 



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JAMES BISHOP 

243 Hardy Pond Rd. 

SO 12 Work/ Study 

Cars and motorbikes seem 
strange interests for someone 
as friendly as Jim. His easy 
nature is well-suited to the busi- 
ness world.. 



CHARLES BONICA 
73 Taylor St. 

S002 Cll 

Charlie "Hawk" Bonica is a 
great performer on the football 
field. His athletic skill will be 
a great asset in college. 



DIANA BOURGEOIS 

18 Winthrop St. 

S002 Business 

Diana loves meeting and 

learning about people. She 

hopes to spend part of her 
future traveling. 



WILLIAM BOYCE 

55 Smith St. 

S003 CI 

Bill is another fan of world 
travel. Maybe after those plan- 
ned years at college, Bill will 
follow his hobby. 
Activities: Baseball. 



MICHALE CARBONE 

460 Waverly Oaks Rd. 

H.R. 13 Carpentry 

Mike is an enthusiast of 
steak and potatoes. He is in- 
terested in becoming a profes- 
sional drummer, using his pre- 
sent skill. 



DAVID DINSMORE 
37 Whittier Ave. 
S012 

Dave describes himself as 
moody, but doesn't mind the 
days at W.H.S. when his friends 
are there. 



ROBERT DUNKERLEY 

53 Hillcroft Rd. 

S201 CJ 

"I'm hungry," is the favorite 
saying of jolly Dunk. He plans 
to attend prep school then col- 
lege. 

Activities: Russian Club 2, 3, 
4; German Club 2, 3. 



PAUL GRIFFITH 
188 Pine Hill Circle 
S201 c " 

Paul likes hunting and eat- 
ing. He hopes to have time for* 
these things at college, which 
he wants to attend in the fall. 



JEFFREY HARWICH 
22 Potter Road 

S203 Cll 

"The Hulk" passes time with 
sports and college preparations. 
He may major in some scien- 
tific field. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; 
Track 3, 4; Ski Club 4. 



THOMAS HAYES 
84 Cedar St. 

S203 CI 

Tom enjoys all sports and 
plans to further his abilities 
at college next year. 



ROBERT HEGARTY 
29 Emmeline Ave. 
S203 CI 

College enters the future 
plans of this friendly senior. 
He is a sport's fan and meteor- 
ological buff. 



THOMAS HURST 
160 Rose Hill Way 
S201 Cll 

A teaching career seems to 
be in Tom's future. His favor- 
ite pastime is playing the 
drums. 



KENNETH JACOBS 
244 Seminole Ave. 
S201 cil 

Ken liked gym and earth 
science. He's not sure what the 
future will be, but hopes for 
success. 



ROBERT LAMONT 
138 Ward Ave. 

H.R. 16 Auto Body 

Bob's skills gained at the Voc. 
are to be his occupation as 
an auto body builder. 



LUCILLE LEBRETON 

40 Myrtle St. 

H.R. 20 Dist. Ed. 

Lucy likes to swim, dance and 
eat lobster. She hopes to be- 
come a secretary. 
Activities: D.E.C.A. Treasurer. 



ROBERT McANDREWS 

149 Adams St. 

H.R. 12 Welding 

Bob found W.H.S. a very 
likeable place, and developed 
many new friendships. 

Activities: Football; Baseball. 



PATRICK McGRATH 

74 Alder St. 

H.R. 20 Dist. Ed. 

Patrick likes pool and Chinese- 
food. He wills a new room to 
the Work Study students. 



MICHAEL MEDEIROS 

1365 Trapelo Rd. 

S207 C/( 

Beware! Mike has had train- 
ing in Karate. His future plans 
are undecided, but obviously 
in secure hands. 



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MICHAEL MULLEN 
64 Jacqueline Rd. 
S204 Cll 

Mike has an avid interest in 
electronics and Physics. He 
wants to attend a technical 
school next year. 



SUSAN O'BRIEN 
8 Chester Lane 

H.R. 20 Dist. Ed. 

Sue likes horseback riding 
and art and hopes to pursue 
one of these interests as a 
future occupation. 

Activities: Talent Show 3; 
D.E.C.A. Club 4. 



DONALD O'LEARY 

110 Ellison Park 

S21 1 Business 

Don is relatively undecided 
as to his future plans, but does 
mention accounting as a possi- 
bility. 



SAL PICONE 

33 McKenn St. 

H.R. 20 Dist. Ed. 

One of Sal's favorites at the 
school was Mrs. Johnson. He 
would like to own his own 
restaurant after graduation. 

Activities: D.E.C.A. 4. 



RONALD POIRIER 
39 Berkley St. 

S207 CI 

"Hack" made his debut on 
stage this year in the Senior 
Revue — very talented! He hopes 
to attend college in the fall to 
further his sports interest as 
well as book learning. 
Activities: Football; Russian 
Club 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3. 



LORRAINE RANNUCI 

40 Chinton St. 

H.R. 20 Dist. Ed. 

lops with Lorraine are her 
friends at W.H.S. and her re- 
tailing class with Mr. O'Neil. 
Activities: D.E.C.A. 4. 



STEVEN RAVESI 

764 Lexington St. 

S211 Cll 

This senior enjoys fishing and 
hunting. He hopes to enter 
electronics. 



ROBERT RIPPIN 
14 Cutler St. 

S01 2 Work/ Study 

Bob is outgoing and has 

made lots of friends at W.H.S. 

He is quite an expert at golf. 

Activities: Chorus; Rifle Team; 
Golf Team; Latin Club. 



DANIEL ROBERTSON 
16 Vernon St. 

S306 Cll 

Danny found his math class- 
es best at W.H.S. and may pur- 
sue this field as a career. 



DAVID ROBERTSON 
24 Lowell St. 

S306 CI 

Dave likes the A.V. staff and 
its work the most. First thing 
after graduation he wants to 
go to Texas. 



EDWARD ROLDAN 

49 Shawmut Rd. 

S306 Cll 

Communications is the defi- 
nite future of this senior who 
is interested in electronics. 



ELSIE SAUVE 

103 Hardy Pond Rd. 

H.R. 20 Dist. Ed. 

Elsie's main interest is trav- 
eling and hopes to do so to 
the West Coast, where she 
would like to settle. 
Activities: D.E.C.A. 4. 



ROBERT SCHAUFUS 
60 Smith St. 

S307 Cll 

Bob loves cars and outdoor 
sports. He plans to enter the 
Air Force then college later. 



GAIL SECORD 
166 Circle Drive 

S307 CI 

Surfing, swimming and sail- 
ing occupy Gail's time. She 
plans for college then fashion 
merchandising. 



DONALD SHERMAN 

14 South St., Cochituate 

H.R. 16 Auto Body 

With his enthusiasm for cars, 
there's no doubt that Don will 
become a successful auto me- 
chanic. 



JAMES SHREAD 
141 Asb St. 

S307 Business 

Jim is a quiet person, but 
thinks that classes at W.H.S. 
were really quite good. 



BARBARA STIRLING 
16 Centre St. 

S308 Cll 

B.J.'s favorite class was Eng- 
lish with Mrs. Shirley. She plans 
to attend I.B.M. school after 
graduation. 



RAYMOND SWANSON 
222 Worchester Lane 
S201 CI 

Ray, an active skier on both 
snow and water, has college 
and service in his future plans. 
Activities: Ski Club 4. 



MICHAEL SWEDER 

30 Mountain Rd. 

S308 Cll 

Mike spent most of his time 
working on cars and figuring 
out Physics labs. College life 
is waiting for Mike. 



HAROLD TATE 
98 Seminole Ave. 
S308 CI 

This happy-go-lucky senior is 
crazy about scuba diving and 
horseback riding. His immed- 
iate plans are college. 
Activities: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; 
Language Lab Assistant. 



PAMELA TOBIN 
105 Chestnut St. 
S308 Business 

Pam's fondest wish is to be 
able to travel the world. All 
she needs to do is make money 
as a secretary first. 



RONALD VITTI 
124 Seminole Ave. 
S01 2 CI 

Ronnie likes weight-lifting 
and mechanics. He hopes to 
attend college and become 
wealthy. 



LEONARD WALBA 

H.R. 12 Welding 

Lenny loves cars, dancing and 
sports. He plans to become a 
welding engineer. 



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TERRENCE AUBIE 
328 Newton St. 
S001 



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ANTHONY AYOUB MARY BLINN 

7 Adermody Rd. 74 Robbins St. 

SOI 2 Work/ Study S002 



Business 



SEBASTIAN CARBONE 

119 Mokema St. 

SO 12 Work/ Study 



CONNIE CIAVARDONE 

59 Rindge Ave., Camb. 

S004 Business 



MICHAEL COLLURA 

24 Floral Circle 

S05 CI 



KENNETH CUSANO 
18 Underwood Park 
S002 



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WAYNE CARTIER 
145 Brown St. 
S004 



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DAVID LINNELL 
71 Indian Rd. 



Auto Body 



DANIEL LETTIERE 

16 Church St., Bel. 

H.R. 13 Carpentry 



JAMES MacRAE 
210 Charles St. 
S205 



GERALD DAGOSTINO 
76 Jennings Rd. 
CI Auto Mech. 



JACQUELINE MORAN 

102 Cushing St. 

S207 Business 



DEBORAH MUNROE 

84 Robbins St. 

S208 Business 



KEVEN NEE 

15 Plympton St. 

S208 



KENNETH McCLUSKEY 
18 Hammer St. 
General S205 CI 



DONALD PARKER 
320 Lake St. 
S209 



JAMES PETERSON 
278 Warner St. 



Cll 



Auto Mech. 



ROBERT PICKELL 
28 Yetten Ter. 



Work/Study 



LOUIS PAPIA 
626 Moody St. 



Printer 



NEDRA RHODES 
135 Russell St. 
S211 



DAVID SAWYER 
286 Lincoln St. 



Cll 



JOHN WHITTEMORE 
63 Florence Rd. 
Auto Body S307 



WILLIAM POWERS 

81 Francis St. Work/ Study 



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THOMAS PAPIA 
626 Moody St. 



Auto Body 



BRADFORD REED 
63 Greenwood 
S211 



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We would like to give special thanks to this post-graduate 
student who has devoted so much time and effort to Waltham 
High School in the past year. Arthur McGovern has contribut- 
ed his many talents to almost all of our activities and has 
given results that are a benefit to all concerned. 

As a member of our class, he has participated in the Senior 
Musical Revue and the annual Talent Show. Not only has he 
given of his onstage talents, but his off-stage abilities have 
been major factors in the successes of these productions. 

Arthur is a person whose greatest asset is his willingness 
to help other people at any time— any of his friends and asso- 
ciates can tell you that. He has also been active as a member 
of the WHS Chorale, the Dramatic Club, the Year Book and 
the Junior Prom Committee. 

Arthur has been a good friend all year to WHS. Thanks 
Arthur! 




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DUE TO CONTINUAL SERVICE AND 
GOOD WILL TO HER STUDENTS AND 
ASSOCIATES, WE DO HERE CERTIFY THAT 



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What can you do for a teacher whom 
an entire class admires? The type of 
teacher that makes Hamlet a part of 
every struggling student's psyche, gives 
poetry a universal emotion, and turns, 
dreaded hour essays into matters for de- 
veloping pride. In her teaching methods, 
she demands respect for herself, her as- 
sociates, and her students. By sincerely 
understanding a senior's new problems 
with future independence, she is will- 
ingly granted this respect. 

Mrs. Gertrude "Ma" Johnson should 
always be a member of each graduating 
class of Waltham High School. To assure 
that she and her ideas remain in the 
hearts of the students, we, the Graduat- 
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W.H.S. CLASS OF 1968 TIMETABLE: 1965-1968 



SOPHOMORE YEAR: 

Class Pres.: Peter Millinazzo 
Voc. Pres.: John McFarland 

Oct. 8, 1965: First annual Homecoming game and dance. 
Sophomore attendant: Patricia Norton. 

Fall, 1965: W.H.S. football team-Class "A" champs un- 
defeated season. 

Winter, 1965-66: Hockey team-reached New England 
School-Boy Tourney. 

Mar. 9, 1955: "THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST", 
Drama Club play; sophomore participants: David Barnes; 
Christine Ryan; Gayle Polimer; Joanne Peros; Jon Chilin- 
gerian. 

Mar. 25, 1966: First Computer Dance. 

Mar. 31, 1966: Talent Show-"TEL-A-RAMA". 

Apr. 1, 1966: 

Track team won league title as an undefeated team. 
Voc. students receive awards at Plymouth Trouble Shoot- 
ing Contest. 
First time that I.B.M. Cards used. 

JUNIOR YEAR: 

Class Pres.: Jack Field 

Voc. Pres.: Michael Quinn 

Student Council President: Stephen Dugas 

Fall, 1966: Second Homecoming game and dance. Junior 
attendant: Sarah Noble. 

Winter, 1966-67: W.H.S. Basketball Team reaches semi- 
finals of Tech Tourney— Record 1 5-5. 
W.H.S. Hockey Team reaches G.B.I. Tournament 

Jan., 1967: Mr. Husson takes over as Principal 

Teen Canteen established— Junior officers: Coileen 
Stankard, Treasurer; Winnie Rose, Secretary. 

Feb., 1967: Mike Kaloyanides chosen to be member of All 
State band 

Feb. 17, 1967: Junior Prom "YOUNG AT HEART"-Queen: 
Laurel Worthington; Attendants: Lynne Arico, Joanne 
Webb. 

Mar., 1967: Kingsbury Temperance Essay Contest city-wide 
winner: Susan Denk 

Mar. 10, 1967: "MY SISTER EILEEN", directed by Robert 
Eagle; junior principals: Nancy Mulvaney, Joanne Peros, 
Jon Chilingerian. 

Mar. 30 and 31, 1967: 

Talent Show-"REFLECTIONS IN TIME" 
W.H.S. Rifle Team— 3rd successive Middlesex Inter- 
Laurel Worthington; Attendants; Lvnne Arico, Joanne 
scholastic League championship— 27th straight win, from 
'64. 

A.F.S. exchange student to Ettlingen-Baden, Germany- 
David Beckwith 

June, 1967: National Honor Society president elected— 
Barbra Dinoff. 



Exchange student was Hanitra Andriamanantena from 
The Republic of Madagascar. She was a W.H.S. senior. 

SENIOR YEAR: 

Class Pres.: Jack Field 

V. Pres.: Geri O'Reilly 

Treasurer: Gayle Sullivan 

Secretary: Joanne St. Germain 

Student Council Pres.: Steve Dugas 

"THIS WEEK AT WALTHAM HIGH" Editor: Robert Clark; 

Assistant Editor: Laurie Shirley. 

Fall, 1967: Football captains: Charlie Bonica and Kevin 
Murphy. W.H.S. record: 8 wins— 1 loss. 

Fall, 1967: Chorus reorganized after two-year absence; 
Mr. Peter Kennedy, Director. 

Oct. 28, 1967: Homecoming game: Waltham-Watertown. 
Homecoming Queen; Linda Pereshluha. 

Nov. 20 and 21, 1967: Senior Musical Revue, "ALL THIS 
AND BROADWAY TOO". 

Winter, '67-'68: Basketball: Captain: Jim Generoso, (fea- 
tured in "High School Basketball Illustrated"). Record: 
17 wins-4 losses. Class "A" co-champs, reached prelim- 
inary round of Tech Tourney. 
Hockey: Captain: Ken Curtin. 

Cheerleading: Co-captains: Geri O'Reilly and Joanne 
Peros. 

Winter, 1968: Debating Club peaks winning season by 
qualifying for North Shore League finals. 

Mar. 8, 1968: Dramatic Club play, "TARTUFFE". 

Mar. 9, 1968: Regional Speech Festival— all sixteen entries 
from W.H.S. go on to State Finals. 

Mar. 23. 1968: Waltham hosts Regional Drama Festival 
of One-act Plays. W.H.S. won first place with its entry, 
"IN THE ZONE". Jon Chilingerian and Anthony Giar- 
dina made the Regional All-Star cast. This was Wal- 
tham's first year in competition. 

Mar. 28 and 29, 1968: Talent Show, "COME FLY WITH 
US". 

Mar. 30, 1968: State Speech Festival; W.H.S. had three 
winners: Maria Gajda; Beverly Beaudion and Warner 
Carlson. 

Apr. 5 and 6, 1968: State Drama Festival at John Hancock 
Hall. 

Apr. 8, 1968: Senior entertain wounded soldiers recently 
returned from Viet Nam with the Senior Musical Revue 
at Fort Devens. 

Apr. 26-28, 1968: Dramatic Club weekend in New York 
City. 

Spring, 1968: Marina Paige and Betsy Brackett were Merit 
Scholarship Finalists. 

By Laurie Shirley 

Joanne Peros 

Jeff Kresser 



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1968 CLASS HISTORY 



This .is a time for looking forward for planning and hoping and preparing. But, just for a moment, let us take time for 
one long, last backward gaze. It is a summer-warm September day, so long ago, and yet, just yesterday. 

Someone young is climbing a strange and steep new stairway, feeling quite lost. Look closely; you know the face. Perhaps 
it is your own. His name is 1968 and at the end of the stairs 1967 and 1966 wait to welcome their younger brother. He 
reaches the top and enters through the open doors of Waltham High School. 

See him now, moving through the maze in which all paths are one way. He is scheduled to have a class in a room that 
reads "MENS", and he is sure someone has made a mistake. Why have '66 and '67 left him to find his own way? Just be- 
cause every step of the way is so familiar to them, they have forgotten how it feels to be unsure of what is expected,*^ 
what comes next. Jm 

With time, however, comes relaxation, and '68 is beginning to enjoy some of the things this place has to. offer. I" 
stands now why his brothers wish that schoolwork didn't have to interfere with activities. A thrilling football sea 
coming Weekend, joining the Waltham High Band, the computer dance, the hockey tournament, all become c 
life. He is elected to the StuJii Council and hebs confusing stairways, tunnels, and bridges open for two-way 

"F", then "C" and "G", lunches 1 and 2 and "A" and fin* 
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so steep after all! Yet he remembers how it was to be 
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l.acharite we have a lifetime supply.' q||jiquntry westerns ai 
•ne's windows have been fitted with padlocks to safe 
jon has been voted the most valuable player award 
basketball game. iSJIIll? 

Our gift to Mrs. Willett is a set of five different pastel beanies embroiderer witlM"W / s" to show her school Spirit. 
"Sure^ as a deuce in the hole," Mr. Lynch shall have a soundproof Mirror-Math orfice for undetected squirt gun battles. 
For Dr. Kubin: A two months' vacation at a Hot Springs health spa so she may fully recover from the effects of nitric 
wm fumes. _ g | si if | ... 

And not\to be fdrgotieri is Mrs. Bowman, who is awarded a gold medal for her Kabuki^erformance. 
Mr. Belliveau, to you we leave a sophomore class who will measure up to the outstanding record of the class of 1968. 
Finajly, to Mr. May we present a recording sung by the WHS chorale, entitled "That Is All/' to be played after his 
'9 p.m. announcements. •IJtPpL " - : ... \.;SH|pBPwlWlv. 

Ve, the undersigned members of the class of 1968, "evacuating the building" for the last time, do appoint. |s execu- 
: Mrs. Wiley, Mr. Hood, Mr. Levesque, and Mr. Richman. 



Robert Clark 
Kathleen Curtis 
Irene Methoi 



Maria Gadja 
Warner Carlson 



Doreen LeBlanc 



Daniel Strameckus 
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Cat's Eye Gang 



A small boy sits and peruses 
His pocket-loving marble that 
Like a birthmark distinguishes him 
From all other marble owners. 

Raising the marble to the light, 
He gazes into the tiny crystal ball. 
But the blue swirl of cloud 
Mars the transparency. 

And the young boy thinks about 
Tomorrow, when he can go out 
And, marble-in-hand, 
Present himself to his cat's eye gang. 

He might use his marble as a sword 
To vie the other neighborhood knights. 
Or, if he is feeling benevolent, he will teach 
The younger boys the art of shooting marbles. 

Then again, he might not go out at all, 
But lock himself in his room 
Hoarding the marbles all for himself 
And not caring for the cat's eye gang. 

A small boy sits and peruses 
His pocket-loving marble that 
Like a birthmark distinguishes him 
From all other marble owners. 

Sandra Hopkins 



Room 



We stopped on our way through the forest . 

to carve our name on a tree 

Which stood in a clearing not far from the place 

Where we began the journey. 

And our names were embarrassingly white 

Amid the thousands carved in the past— 

In time they would fade to gray with the rest 

And others would find a place 

To carve their names on this tree. 

There will always be room 0n this tree. I' 

There will always be space for the new names. 

We stopped on our way through the forest 

To carve our names on a tree. 

But now we continue the journey 

In search of the Tree 

Signed with no name 

On which we will carve our dreams, 

Dreams that will shape tomorrow; 

And there will always be time, 

There will always be room, 

There will always be space for the new dreams. 

Stephen Rourke 



1968 Class Fantasy 



presented on stage 
June 3, 1968 



Ray, Ray, Are you still awake? Climb into that bed immediately— and put out that light! 

Poor Ray, an hour in bed aid still no sleep? Time for counting sheep, young man. But watch out, who knows 
where the sheep might lead you on the other side of the fence. Slowly now . . . one, two, three, four . . . 

Say, what's that strange hcfm in the distance? It must be Little Boy Blue Alan AAuir calling the sheep to the fold. ; 
Why, yes!— there's Little Mary Lesneski and her lamb Rich Centola running along behind them. They must be head- 
MacDonald Al Perkins' farm. Let's go along and find the fun. And there's Floppsy Elaine Ballo, AAoppsy 
ind Cottontail, Kathy Burns. Maybe they'll show us the way. 

3 scream— Miss Muffet, Judy Joliat, comes running from* her tuffet with a big spider, Dave Mills, at her| 
left, Peter Pumpkin Eater Bob Nason is pounding at the door of his pumpkin, as his wife, Maureen Le- 

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over the farm. And here come Jack and Jill, Denr 

the three blind mice, Daniel Walsh, Len Walba, and Gerald Wessell, close at their feet. It lool<y| ike they're going tc 
collide! Quick, let's leave before the trouble starts! 

Just next door we find ourselves in Cartoontown, run by Li'l Abner, Ron< iPoirier, and || Marie Clancy, 

Out in the field, Charlie Brown, Harold Porter, and Snoopy, Michael Sweder, are conducting one of famous 

baseball games. Umpire Yogi Bear, Ro^rt Dunkerly, shouts "You're/ on! jjro his friend, Boo Boo,' 
What a friend! On the bases we find Little Orphan Annie, Clare Cohn, cMnfstf^ A^enace, Dqpg Stan! 

, Michele Engrassia. With a tearn like this, how can they lose? Yet, on the other team we havejRocky, Jim 
eroso, and hfe Friends, Mr. Peabody, James Callahan, and Natasha, Vivian Campobasso— beware M their evil 
plans, Charlie Br o w n! ^^ ^^B^M 

[Whiz . . . What was that? Bugs Bunny, James Robinson, casually explains that it was just Road Runner, Chris 
Demeo, whizzing by on his 47 millionth lap. In the middle of all the excitefnent come Mickey Mouse, Mike Car- 
bone, and Minnie Mouse; Leslie Forgione, and their friends, Goofy, Bob DeLuca, and Donald Duck, Richard Daniels. 
Suddenly we hear tapping and scratching. To our right, Woody Woodpecker, John Whittemore, and thl wipjunks, 





Chip, Debbie Brannelly and Dale, Jim Festog, are trying to break into the jail to free their friends Mutt 



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i. Oops, here come the law enforcement officers; Deputy Quick Draw Mdlpraw, Ed 
|ao and Detective Dick Tracey, Walter Wellman. Looks like there'll be a few more in the 
ht. I think we've been here long enough— let's move on to T. V. LancCI 

d we are greeted by a roaring "Ho, Ho, Ho!" from the Jolly Green Giant, David Dinsmore. 
homas Dubie, flying overhead, our attention is caught by a strange cry from the trees. 
rom beyond come Tarzan, James Bishop, and Jane, Kathy Curtis, swinging from the vines. Down, down, down 
they swoop until they are face to face with us on the ground. 

With a screech and a rumble, the Batmobile suddenly rounds the curve. Batman, Russell Viles, is driving with 
Batgirl, Joanne Severino, and Boy Wonder, Ray Zammuto, at his side. They have just answered a call from Auntie Em 
Annette Ross in Wisconsin, that her niece, Dorothy, Susan Ukraine, had disappeared. She was last seen with three 
rather strange characters, the Scarecrow, Charlie Bonica, the Cowardly Lion, James Sullivan, and The Tinman, Dar 
Stremeckus, being chased by the Wicked Witch of the West, Olympia Anthony. They are believed to be headed 
for the castle of the Wizard of Oz, Ed Bachelder. With a flash the dynamic set takes off to find poor Dorothy. Oh 
the excitement of the forest! 






Next we enter the Enchanted forest where we find Snow White, Sheila Murray, who has fallen at the hands of 
the wicked queen, Rosalie Licato. Around her bedside we find her seven loving dwarfs: Doc, Joe Blanchard, Happy, 
Janet Moody, Grumpy Anne Hansen, Sneezy David Main, Sleepy David Nawrocki, Bashful Nancy Kruger, and 
Dopey, Betsy Bracket. Just outside the door the tortoise, Diane Duprez, and the hare, Annette Dallaire, have just 
finished their race. As the tortoise, dons his victory crown, the poor hare sits dejected to the side. But alas!— there'll 
be another face. 

As we wave to Rapunzel, Sheryl Larkin, in her distant tower, Goldilocks, Diane Rooney, comes dashing along the 
path. In hoi pursuit Papa Bear, John Mazzarini, and Mama Bear, Linda Juppe, come barreling around the bend with 
Baby Bearl Barry Kennedy, bob, bob, bobbing along behind. At our left, beauty, Jane Depass, and the beast, Mike 
3uinn, are watching the wedding of Cinderella, Linda Pereshluha, to the Prince, Robert Schaufus. Oh, the envy 
n the eye;s of the wicked stepsisters, Ka'ren Piazza, and Ruth Pilicy, and the stepmother, Mary Passerello. 

Suddenly a scream!— along the path comes Little Red Riding Hood, Joartne St Germain, chased by the wolf, 
Joseph Centola, and headed for Grandma, Pat Redding's house. Let's hope the hunter, William Ormerod, arrives in 
ime to save the day! As we leave the forest we come across Prince Charming, Bill Maher, just awaking Sleepy Beauty 
Doreen |eBlanc, from hdRfntury long spell. Well, good-bye to the forest; it's time to move on. 

As we enter Fantasy Land, we are confronted by darkness as we face a great northeast blackout. However, to 
Dur rescue comes Jack be Nimblettihn Higjgms, with his candle. Little Jack Horner, Bill Adams, sitting timidly in 
lis corner, watching Peter Pan, Paul DeSaulnier, through the window. Peter and Wendy, Virginia Behrikas, and 

nkerbell, Marguerite Whalen, are in terrible trouble, as Captain Hook, Lawrence Njus, and his motley crew: David 
- tfDowcette, and Davi«DeMarco chase them through the forest. Run faster, Peter, but watch out! Don't 
step on poor little Tom Thumb, Richie Lewis! ^Jm 

Mosying along the street in darkness are Jack Pratt, Walter Greenblott, and his wife, Pam Moldoff, who is clinging 
: nis sleeve. Yikes! Down, down, down we fall until we land in what seems to be a royal countryard. Hey! There's 

lice it Wonderland, Ruth Livermore, with the M^^Jatter, BoOT^augfflpt, and White Rabbit, David Green. Watch 
jut, everyone, here comes the Queen of Hearts, v ^^LaRosa, shouting, "Off with Bfieir 

leads!" Quick -out this hole, she'll nefctf ffflSijC 




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MEMBERS: L to R. 1st row: Joanne St. Germain, Geri O'Reilly, Leslie Forgione, Barbra Dinoff, Marianne Pizzi, Elaine Ballo, Linda Lakeman, Joan Hessian, Peter 
Casella, Mr. Robert Eagle, adviser; 2nd row: Stephen Rourke, Janet Rao, Donna Trefonides, Betty Reardon, Nancy Wolfe, Janet Allison, llona Lang; 3rd row: Jon 
Chilingerian, Joanne Peros, Marilyn McMaughlin, Karem Duddy, Laurie Shirley, Diana Gebhardt, Sancha Zanghi, Donne Cutting; 4th row: Charles Egirous, Nancy 
Mulvaney, Beverly Beaudoin, Debbie Kilcullen, Emily Norman, Linda Chilingerian, Elaine Shapiro, John Bogle; 5th row: Patricia Rando, Joseph Centola, Linda 
Johnson, Dorothy Cahill, William Nolte, Susan Morreale; 6th row: Ellen Searle, Stewart Goldstein, Carol Wallace, Deborah Johnson, Nora Gould, Lunne Arico, 
Colleen Stankard, John Field; 7th row: Gail Eagan, Kathy Burke, David Barnes, Joanne Severino, Barry Kennedy, Linda Emmetts, Linda Milton, Wendy Gallagher, 
Richard Aubert, Steven Lillis; 8th row: Michael Jacobs, Steven Dugas, Kathy EasHer, Joan Tousinant, Winifred Rose, Vivian Ukraine, Janice Perkins, Maureen Shea, 
?; Marilyn Vanaria, Arthur McGovern; 9th row: Laura Hines, Olympia Anthony, Irene Denty, Penny Falconer, Marriat Lally, Lindsay Kilgore, ?; Kathy Hill, Brian 
Angelo; 70th row: William Maher, Leo Lawless. 



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Before this year, The Drama Club did little else 
than put on an annual play and see occasional musi- 
cal shows. This year the club has increased greatly 
in size (90 members) and activity. The last produc- 
tion was Tartuffe, produced in full 17th century 
costume, and directed by the advisor, Robert Eagle. 

For the first time, Waltham participated in the 
Regional Drama Festival, hosting the all-day event 
and entering the all male cast of In the Zone, by 
O'Neill. Three judges voted Waltham the Regional 
winner with Arlington High. Two boys of the cast 
were named to the All-Star Regional Cast. 

A trip to the Shubert Theater to see He//o Dolly 
was culminated by a private interview with the star 
of the musical, Ginger Rodgers, after the show. 

Seventy club members spent a three day weekend 
in New York City. Plans included Radio City Music 
Hall, Broadway shows, and a sightseeing cruise. 






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Front row, kneeling: Leo Lawless, Joan Hession, Brian Angelo, Stuart Goldstein, Anthony Giardina; back row: Charles Egirous, Jon Chilingerian, 
Elaine Shapiro, Joanne Peros, Ruth Livermore, Stephen Lillis, Nancy Mulvaney, David Barnes, Richard Aubert. 



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The major production for the year 
was Moliere's hilarious comedy 
about religious hypocrisy Tartuffe. 
Devoted thespians and audience alike 
applauded the Drama Club's efforts 
to master this play of classic propor- 
tions. The production received a 
warm response at Kennedy Junior 
High on March 8th. Seniors David 
Barnes, Jon Chilingerian, Joanne Pe- 
ros, Nancy Mulvaney, and Anthony 
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First row: A. McGovern; P. Marcuso; B. Nolte; Mr. Sgouros 

B. Reed; D. Roach; D. Fallo; second row: D. Rooney; S.' Nobel 

C. McHugh; R. Meade; M. Daugman; A. Lochley; J. Broderick, 
S. Rochleau; R. Shapiro; third row: K. Georgian; D. Trefonides 
M. Fay; S. Skinner; C. Cascella; P. Ray; R. Gal; J. Boyd; K 
Calahan; J. Byron; A. Compasto; J. Stapanian. 



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Latin 
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Row 7: Richard Chaisson, Robert Tomusko, Francis Cannistraro; Row 2: Carolyn Ray, Kathleen Barry, Jane Roche, Denise Cormier, 
Jon Chilingerian, Steven Richelson; Row 3: Maureen Shea, Ruth Pridham, Janet Chapman, Joyce Zaia, Mary Baker, Janet Meeham; 
Row 4: Majorie Smith, Gail Hendry. 






Italian 
Club 







First row: Donald Warren; John Romeo; Dante Pintobone; John Vecchione; Donald Parello; Timothy DePass; Vincent Sconio; 

Second row: Joanne Severino; Ann Cocivero; Mary LaRosa; Janice Antico; Janet Shedd; Donna Caruso; Mary Genova; Theresa 

LaCrosse; Gail Fitzpatrick; Maureen Olivetto; Third row: Margaret Kelner; Mary Ann Pizzi; Susan Parello; Sandra Mulo; Patricia 
Pedergast; Beverly Mebilia, Sandra Callison; Dolores Ararjio; Susan Arena. 



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Cercle 
Francais 



First row: Christopher Hagger, Gary Leforte, 
Lester Scafidi, Beverly Beaudoin, Andrea 
Loughrey, Carol Parisi, Janet LeShane, Joe 
Boudreau, Ronnie Boucher; second row: Wen- 
dy Gallagher, Sue Heintz, Dotty Cahill, Linda 
Johnson, Carolyn Zeytoonian, Virginia Beh- 
rikis, Marsha Colten, Susan Beaver; third row: 
Laurie Shirley, Veronica Fair, Margaret Kelner, 
Lucienne MacDonald, Barbara McGovern. 



The purpose of the French 
Club is to provide an enjoyable 
extra-curricular activity for those 
students who take French as a 
foreign language or are interest- 
ed in it. Last year's activity in- 
cluded a French dinner, prepared 
entirely by the members, the at- 
tendance of French movies, a 
joint Christmas party with the 
other language clubs, and a 
beach party. This year's activities 
again included the annual Christ- 
mas party and dinner at a French 
restaurant along with guest 
speaking at various meetings. A 
French fair is also planned for 
the late spring, and hopes are 
that the fair will become an an- 
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First row: Barry Kennedy, Russell Viles, William Peder- 
son, Philip Mancuso, Raymond Auld, Stephen Cincotta, 
Allan Peirce, Robert Gledhill, Gary Savin; second row: 
Jeff Kresser, Walter Greenblott, Donald Aucoin, Michael 
McGovern, Peter Bella, Kevin Scannell, Dan Furbush, 
Henry Joyce, Edward Edmunds, Ken McCluskey; Paul 
Zeigler; third row: Colleen Stankard, Roni Shapiro, Lau- 
rel Worthington, Gayle Sullivan, Lois Lexander, Penny 
Falconer, Jean Brooks, Sandy Avadanian, Jane DePass, 
Denise Ganta, Eileen McGinty, Linda Castellano; fourth 
row: Kathy Doherty, Janet LeShane, Pam Lang, Lynne 
Arico, Karen Harris, Lois Isaacson, Annette Ross, Jean 
White, Mary Ellen Cross, Kathy Giorgiani, Maria Fei, 
Jeanne Umbrello, Doris Ricciatto. 



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First row: Terry MacNeil, Jack Field, Doug Dow, David Beckwith, Robert Aledhill, Ray Auld, Philip 
Olson, Paul Yamartino; second row: Charles Egirous, Lois Bowse, Lynn Bauer, Katherine Doherty, Joyce 
Tanner, Susan Ukraine, Marilyn Vanaria, Leslie Farraher; third row: Susan Alper, Lorette Sullivan, Jean 
White, Jerri Connor, Catherine Champion, Janice Perkins, John McHugh. 







Russian 
Club 



President: 

Douglas Dow 
Vice-President: 

Donald Aucoin 
Secretary: 

Priscilla Ray 
Treasurer: 

Veronica Fair 



First row: Ray Auld; Ronald Poirer; Mike McGovern; Mr. Corcoran; Doug Dow; Phi 
coin; James Geoghan; George Thome; second row: Priscilla Ray; Veronica Fair; 
Searle; Carolyn Leavitt; Chrystina Swystun; Jeanette Boyd; Linda Pereshluha. 



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First row: Robert Delory, Don Aucoin, David Mill, Joe Fahey, Mike McGovern, Paul Ziegler, Mike Jacobs, Terry MacNeil, Jim Generoso, 
Anthony Giardina; Second row: Phil Mancuso, Ray Auld, Joe Centola, Stuart Goldstein, Lester Scafidi, Joe Foley, Steve Cincotta, 
Robert Schaufus, Ray Swanson, Jeff Harwich; Third row: Gayle Sullivan, Kathy Mullany, Laurel Worthington, Linda Cericola, Charles 
Dunbar, Sarah Noble, Joan Tousignant, Cathy Zagami, Gail Eagan, Joanne Severino, Ellen Searle, Clare Cohen, Judy Joliat, Colleen 
Stankard, Sue Ukraine, Ronnie Poirier; Fourth row: Kevin Scannel, Ruth Livermore, Joanne St. Germain, Dianne Rooney, Linda Pereshluha, 
Jane DePass, Winnie Ross, Mary Ann Susi, Kathy Giorgiani, Maria Fei, Mary Ellen Cross, Steve Dugas, Stanley Slotnick, Bill Pedersen, 
Russ Viles, Roy Duddy. 




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The Debating Club add- 
ed four new members 
during a series of discus- 
sions on Viet Nam, early 
in the year. Then, well- 
armed with this new tal- 
ent, the club prepared for 
the year's topic: Resolve- 
That the Congress should 
establish uniform regula- 
tions to control criminal 
investigation procedures. 
With the help of the 
friendly librarians, and 
advisors, Mr. Sullivan and 
Mr. Blossom, the debators 
talked their way to a tie 
for third place in the 
North Suburban Debating 
League. In the semi-finals, 
Waltham won one debate 
and lost another, but still 
received a trophy for 
fourth place. 



First row: Paul Vincent; David Beck- 
with; Christopher Hagger; second 
row: Maria Gajda; Lenore Mullen; 
Joan Hession. 



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First row: Joan Hession; Lenore Mullen; Betsy Bracket; Maria Gadja; Dorothy Cahill; second row: Steve Richelson; Jeffrey Kresser; David Barnes; David Beckwith; 
Bob Clark; Marc Cutler. 



Foreign Relations-United Nations 




During this year, the 
F.O.R.U.N. Club, (which stands 
for Foreign Relations— United Na- 
tions), has attended model Unit- 
ed Nations General Assemblies at 
Harvard and Brandeis University, 
and a model Security Council at 
Harvard. The club has represent- 
ed such nations as Burma, Japan, 
United Kingdom, Guyana, New- 
Zealand, and Nepal. At these as- 
semblies there have been discus- 
sions on such topics as Viet Nam, 
the admission of Red China to the 
United Nations, and Korea. At 
the Harvard General Assembly, 
the delegation from Waltham, 
representing Burma received 
Honorable Mention for the best 
delegation, and David Barnes re- 
ceived Honorable Mention for the 
best delegate. 



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Juniors 



First row: John Valentino; Marsha Colton; Christopher Hagger; second row: Alexis Belliveau; Priscilla Ray; Beverly 
Beaudoin; Susan Beaver; Sheila Zilinskas. 



Seniors 




First row: David Barnes; Dean Chakalis; Marc Cutler; Steven Richelson; David Beckwith; Robert Clark; William Peder- 
son; Stanley Slotnick; Kenneth Soderholm; Christopher Demeo; Keith Pacheco; second row: Olympia Anthony; 
Elizabeth Bracket; Katherine Curtis; Susan Ukraine; Sarah Noble; Nancy Wolfe; Sandra Hopkins; Marina Paige; 
Gail Eagan; Joanne St. Germain; Patricia Whelan; third row: Joanne Peros; Patricia Norton; Marian Gallagher; 
Margaret Kelner; Pamela Moldoff; Leslie Forgione; AAarianne Pizza; Laurie Shirley; Veronica Fair; Mary Ann 
Rizzo; Mary Chaisson. 



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OFFICERS. First row: Janice Perkins, Secretary; Lester Scafidi, President; Linda Mil- 
ton, Social Chairwoman; second row: Janice Broderick, Vice-president-Treasurer; 
Marina Paige, Accompanist. 



Chorus 



After a few years absence, 
the Waltham High School 
Choral has returned to the 
local activity scene. Participat- 
ing in all city and exchange 
concerts, involved the entire 
group, while small ensembles 
formed for more specialized 
music participation. Next time 
you're looking for a student 
conductor, or even a group 
to go Christmas carolling 
(with a guaranteed Santa 
Claus), come to the next sing- 
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First row: Leigh Chagnon; John Valentino; Dana Welts; Janice Broderick; Linda Milton; Lester Scafidi; Marina 
Paige; Janice Perkins; Jeremy Welts; Arthur McGovern; Stephen Rourke; Michael Johanson; second row: Deborah 
Kilcullen; Patricia Foley; Carolyn Leavitt; Karen Arno; Linda Emmetts; Susan Gardner; Cynthia Jurjurian; Donna 
Burkes; Leslie Farragher; Marilyn Vanaria; Carolyn Zeytoonian; Linda Pederson; Suzanne Morreale; Alice Mrosczyk; 
Susan Falzone; Simone Ledger; third row: Denise Coutu; Christine Johnson; Pamela Kay; Linda LeBlanc; Deborah 
Angelo; Jeannette Boyd; Betty Jane Troie; Cynthia McGreen; Jeanne Meserve; Mary Kerr; Mary Ellen Cross; Barbara 
Dinoff; Veronica Fair; Sheila Zilinskos; Catherine Schooner. 



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First row: Warren Freda; John Crosby; John Omobono; Thomas Robertson; Carl Leeber; Joe 
Valiante; John Valentino; Phil Olson; Paul Yarnartino; Kevin Scannel; second row: Mr. Thomas 
Foley; Robert Noartomaso; Phil Mancuso; Wayne Cartier; John Castellano; David Robertson; 
Steven Searle; Ray Hillson; third row: Lee Fraser; Mark Thernault; Daniel Robertson; David 
Main; Paul Valiante; Stephen Rourke. 



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OFFICERS: Lois Isaacson; 
Christine Ryan; Jane De- 
Pass; Linda Pereshluha. 



The purpose of the Future Nurses Club is to bring together students who are interested in the pro- 
fession of nursing. Members share opinions, explore opportunities, and expand their interests by working 
together. Several graduate nurses returned to Waltham High to speak about the assets and liabilities of 
hospital work. These discussions are extremely valuable to the members of the club. Some of the activities 
that concerned the future nurses this year were the planning of the Christmas Benefit which provided 
unfortunate children with small gifts, and volunteering their services at the Red Cross Bloodmobile. Many 
of the members assist at the Waltham Hospital as Candy Stripers of Nurses' Aides. Most of the Senior mem- 
bers will attend Nursing schools next year and perhaps will return as administrators to local hospitals. 







Barbara Fucci; Linda Doherty; Elaine Ballo; Gail Elander; Linda Pereshluha; Ruth Pridham; Lois Isaacson; Susan 
Felt; second row: Kathy Sharkey, Sandra Ganghi; Diane Gebhardt; Jane DePass; Christine Ryan; third row: 
Victoria Dion; Denise LeBlanc; Eileen O'Halloran; Janice Forth; Cathy Schooner. 



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First row: Lynne Arico; Geri O'Reilly; 
Joanne St. Germain; Linda Cericola; 
Laurel Worthington; Gayle Sullivan; 
Deborah Brannelly; Marsha Colton; 
Pam Moldoff; Pat Ruggles; Carol Wal- 
lace; second row: Linda Govone; 
Jean Hill; Cyndy Berly; Karen Duddy; 
Joan Vanaria; Marilyn McLaughlin; 
Joanne Severino; Ellen Searle; Winnie 
Rose; Colleen Stankard; Pat Palumbo; 
Martha Kelly; Margaret Arnold; Joyce 
Tanner; Kathy Tyler; Carol Hershey; 
Marie Green; Donna Costello; third 
row: Margaret Kelner; Alexis Belli- 
veau; Marjorie Brown; Donna Caruso; 
Mary Cenova; Pat Aucoin; Jean 
Brooks; Janice Jigarjian; Sandy Ava- 
danian; Maureen Dion; Ellen Rigoli; 
Kathy Doherty; Janet LeShane; Sue 
Heintz; Sheila Zilinskas; Nancy Cap- 
padona; Linda Uttaro; Paula Tierney. 

OFFICERS: 

President- 
Carol Wallace 

Vice-President— 
Joanne St. Germain 

Secretary- 
Laurel Worthington 

Treasurer— 

Geraldine O'Reilly 

Junior-Representative— 
Maureen Dion 




Future Teachers of 
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The future teachers of 
America has sixty-five 
members and is under 
the sponsorship of Mrs. 
Czarnowski of the Eng- 
lish Department. It is a 
chapter member of the 
Massachusetts Division of 
the Future Teachers of 
America. 

The club is designed to 
interest members in dif- 
ferent aspects of teach- 
ing. Past meetings have 
included forums on the 
teaching of perceptually 
handicapped children, the 
use of audio-visual ma- 
terial in teaching, and the 
new non-graded elemen- 
tary school system. 

Volunteers have work- 
ed in the language lab 
assisting in the English as 
a foreign language pro- 
gram. They have also 
worked at the Prospect 
Street Fire Station with 
deaf children. Volunteers 
are now signing up for 
the Summer Project Main- 
spring. 



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Library 
Council 



First row: Dennis Fallo; Mrs. Flynn; Wayne Gebhardt; second row: Patricia Mogan; Carolyn Zeytoonian; Deborah Angelo; Christine Johnson; 
Paula Tierney; third row: Marie Pelletier; Deborah Mullaney; Joan Baronian; Christine Siragusa. 




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STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Bottom 
row.- / to r: Jim Generoso, Bill Adams, 
Steve Dugas. Standing-. I to r: Karen 
Keohane, Diane Rooney, Kathy Burke. 





The Student Council is one of 
the largest organizations of the 
school. It consists of five Student 
Council officers, four class offi- 
cers and two senators from each 
class, and all homeroom repre- 
sentatives. This year the Student 
Council has been engaged in 
many activities: the selling of Stu- 
dent Activity Tickets, several 
dances— including the highly suc- 
cessful Computer Dance, re-writ- 
ing the Student Body Constitu- 
tion, preparing an Activity Book- 
let for next year's sophomore 
class, and sponsoring a three lo- 
cation Scholarship Carwash for 
the benefit of the William Galla- 
gher Scholarship. Also the Stu- 
dent Council headed a Drug For- 
um which consisted of a question 
and answer discussion over the 
PA system with several distin- 
guished members of the Walt- 
ham community. 



Other members of the Student 

Council are:. 

SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Jack 
Field, Gerri O'Reilly, Joanne St. 
Germain, Gail Sullivan. Senators: 
Patty Norton, Joe Centola. 

JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Russ 
Hammond, Linda Barry, Janet 
Shedd, Jean Umbrello. Senators: 
Linda Johnson, Doris Ricciato. 

SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: 
Pauline O'Neil, William Poirier, 
Sharon Amirilian, Sue Falzone. 
Senators: Debbie Kilcullen, Char- 
les Duckworth. 



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First row: Richard Sarno; Dick Aubert; Chet Richardson; Charlie Egirous; Tom Robertson; Mr. McKnight; Vincent Scalia; Steven Paerlman; John DeLosa; Steven 
Lillis; second row: John Crosby; Anne Lennan; Lois Bowse; Marsha Cotten; Pat Mogan; Carol Zeytoonian; Penny Falconer; Maureen Oliveto; Marie Cannistraro; 
Sally Glidden; Linda Johnson; Kathy Doherty; Maria Naughton; Ricky Dunlap; third row: Janice Page; Noreen Spracklin; Alexis Belliveau; Susan Heintz; Kathy Tyler; 
Gerry O'Reilly; Marie Green; Joyce Tanner; Lynne Gordon; Kathy Eastler; Carole Parisi; Becky Lester; Janice Jigargian; Judy Ristucci; Susan Parrelia; Janice 
Antico. 





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BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Linda Johnson; Maureen Oliveto; Marie Green; Kathy Tyler; 
Lynne Gordon; Joyce Tanner; Carole Parisi; Sally Glidden; Tom Robertson; Vincent 
Scalia; Mr. McKnight; Ray Hillson. 



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OFFICERS: 
President: Chris Demeo 
Vice President: John Field 
Treasurer: William Adams 



The W Club was formed a year ago last December 
with several objectives in mind: to promote a better 
understanding and create an "esprite de corps" among 
all sports, encourage and increase Waltham High School 
spirit and support for all athletic contests, promote a better 
student-athletic image, strive to create a Waltham High 
Citizen, and perpetuate the W Club. The club also feels 
there is a need to distinguish its members from non-mem- 
ber letter winners. Therefore, all seniors are awarded a 
maroon blazer with a hawk embroided on the pocket. 
They are allowed to keep this jacket upon graduation 
in good standing with a C average. 

Also there was a need to recognize any record-break- 
ing performance by any member. The record breaker is 
awarded a plaque signifying his outstanding performance. 





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First row: Moe Bodenca; Chet Richardson; Ray Auld; Jack Field; Chris Demeo; Bill Adams; Terry MacNeil; Rich Centola; John 
Boyle; second row: Mr. Yetten; Kevin Murphy; Raphael Aslanian; Charlie Duckworth; Brad Reed; Stu Goldstien; Mike Jacobs; 
Bob Gledhill; Stan Ferro; Ron Poirier; Ken Soderholm; third row: Addison Raines; Bill Chalmers; Roy Duddy; Terry Aubie; John 
Gallagher; Paul Vincent; Bill Nolte; Tom Mahoney; Chuck Lee; Russ Hammond. 







"This Week at Waltham 
High" is in its 48th year of 
reporting high school news 
events to Waltham readers. 
Space for the column is do- 
nated by the Waltham News 
Tribune giving us 15,000 po- 
tential readers each week. 
The purpose of the column 
is not to alter or shape school 
policy, but to cover club and 
school events and other not- 
able occurrences at the Senior 
High School and Vocational 
High School. A full time staff 
open to all WHS students is 
maintained although faculty 
and nonmembers are wel- 
come to submit material for 
print. Mr. Hood and Mrs. 
Shirley are the column's fac- 
ulty advisors. 



This Week at Waltham High 

First row: William Adams; Russell Viles; Laurie Shirley, assistant editor; Robert Clark, editor; Lenore Mullen; second row: Deborah Kilcullen; 
Elaine Enos; Virginia Smith; Beverly Beaudoin; Ann Conte; Irene Methot; third row: Barbara Dinoff; Susan Alper; Maria Gadja; Andrea Surette; 
Elizabeth Logan; Carol Spataro. 






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First row: Alan Gahan; Robert McAndrews; Donald Jones; Leonard Wabla; second row: Francis McGovern; John 
Hurley; Mr. Lehane; Brian Wellman. 



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David Patterson; Mr. McClosky; Daniel Belliveau. 

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Mr. Faria; William Martin; Louis Papia; Michael Gahan; Mr. Goodwin; Basile Vanaria. 




Carpentry 



Daniel Lettiere; John Theriault; Michael Carbone; Mr. Stanley; Stephen Peters. 



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Auto 
Mechanics 



First row: Ed Kennen; Norman Robichard; Phil Zukatynski; Wayne Prescott; second row: Mr. Back; Mike Quinn; Guy 
Girourd; Mr. Kalishman; Louis Abbondanzio; James Peterson; Mr. Kapamajian. 



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First row: Gino Mola; Emile Maillet; Robert Lamont; David Sawyer; second row: John Lane; Thomas Papia; David 
Linnell; Mr. Scimemi; Paul Lembo; Robert Gallagher; Robert Selmer; Henry Buonomo. 



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Distributive Ed 



First row, L to R.t Patrick McGrath, Joseph Gallant, Mr. 
O'Neil, Alan Berkman, Edward Izzi, Sal Picone; Second 
row, L to R.: Patricia King, Susan O'Brien, Elsie Sauve, 
Lucille LeBreton, Susan Tolan, Karen Arsenault, Maureen 
Monahan, Anne Hansen, Lorraine Ranucci. 



Shop Experience 
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First row.- Bruce Doucette, David Chilian, Larry Tobin, Wayne 
Montgomery, William Murray, Robert Cline, George Chute, 
Neil Gillis. 





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First row: Larry Njus, Sebastian Carbone, Donald Cormier, 
Mr. Healey, Joseph Gallant, Bernard Caissie, James Bishop; 
Second row: Ronald Vitti, Paul DeSaulniers, Donald Vanaria, 
Anthony Ayoub, Alfeo Malone, Walter O'Hara, John Chais- 
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First row: Neil Fitzgerald, William Freeman, Charlie Devlin, 
Stephen Krom, Donald Rogers; Second row: Allan Mogan, 
Robert Martin, Donald Brown, Ronald Warner, Marcel 
Boudreau. 



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Doris Riccicto, senator; Linda Johnson, senator; Russell Hammond, president; Linda Barry, vice president; Janet Shedd, secretary. 



The class of 1969 in addition to all its other attributes, has more 
than its share of beauty. We have presented the classes of '67 and 
'68 with two of our loveliest girls, both of whom were given the 
honor of being among the Homecoming Queen's Court. In 1966 
Donna Di Gregorio was an attendant in the queen's court, and 
Helen Ferro received this honor in 1968. We must not forget petite 
Judy Stepanian, who highlighted our junior prom when she was 
crowned the Junior Prom Queen of 1 968. 

The prom entitled, "Some Enchanted Evening," was indeed en- 
chanting, thanks to a group of our junior class members who, under 
the chairmanship of Sheila Callahan and Dave Nurse, put in many 
hours in anticipation and preparation. Indeed it was a smashing 
success and has been recognized as one of the grandest ever pre- 
sented at Waltham High School. 

But beauty queens and proms aren't our only achievement. The 
junior class is looking forward to a highly successful sports year led 
by football co-captains Robert Mac Clary and Dave Leger, Basketball 
co-captains Peter Jones and Chuck Leo, Hockey co-captains Ed Rou- 
bian and Paul Leger. We are expecting to continue Waltham High 
School's proud reputation in sports. 

We extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to the senior class, 
who has helped us through the past two years. Thus, in replacing 
the senior class we offer our best wishes to all upon graduation. 



CLASS 

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1969 



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S08 
Mr. Cosgrove 



Front row: Dana Lopez; Frank McKenna; David Hachey; 
Mr. Cosgrove; Jack Weiner; Ronald O'Toole; Steven Rippin; 
second row: Stephen Deneault; Albert Blake; Albert Epsom; 
Richard Porter; Mark Leonard; Patrick Doucette; Michael 
Rippin. 





S09 
Mr. Gouvea 



Front row: Richard Aubert; Kevin Ala; Frank Asaro; Paul 
Aucoin; Paul Aucoin; David Banks; Vito Alongi; second 
row: Gerard Arsenault; Anthony Bonica; Donna Anderson; 
Margaret Arnold; Elaine Anderson; Cheryl Babb; John 
Adams; Steven Ballo; third row: Janice Antico; Elsie 
Aviles; Patricia Aucoin; Cheryl Arena; Susan Alper; Denise 
Arsenault. 



SO 10 
Mr. Steinberg 



Front row: Michael Bennett; Joel Bardsley; Carl Beck; Wil- 
liam Barker; Charles Barber; Dennis Condon; Wayne Bilo- 
deau; Robert Bonica; second row: Paul Bergeron; Cheryl 
Barry; Beverly Beaudoin; Helen Boisvert; Diane Belliveau; 
Alexis Belliveau; Joan Bennett; Linda Barry; Aldei Belli- 
veau; third row: Ann Blinn; Nancy Barnard; Susan Beaver; 
Marta Benson; Bernadette Bibbo; Lynn Bauer. 




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SO I 7 
Mrs. O'Rourke 



Front row: Stephen Berte; Douglas Beaton; Mrs. O'Rourke; 
James Cassidy; Kevin McPherson; second row: Steven 
Cline; William Aiken; Stephen MacLeod; Leon Ferrante; 
Robert Arsenault; Donald LeBlanc. 





SO 1 3 
Mrs. Bowman 



Front row: ?; William Burke; ?; Richard Brehm; Kevin 
Burns; ?; ?; John Burley; Audie Aoudreau; second row: 
Mary Brophy; Eileen Buckley; Rina Boudreau; Barbara 
Browne; Maureen Burley; Marjorie Breck; Kathy Burke; 
Janice Broderick; Lois Browse; Kathy Boyd; third row: 
Claudette Cormier; Barbara Boyd; Judith Byron; Marjorie 
Brown; Jean Brooks; Maizie Bowlby; Mary Ellen Burke; 
Sally Burton; Jeannette Boyd. 



SO I 5 
Mrs. MacClary 



Front row: Peter Cassella, Peter Bythewood, Gerard Chas- 
so.i, William Collis, William Chaprales, Richard Carlson, 
John Castalano, Roy Carlson, David Cannistraro; second 
row: Marie Cannistraro, Carol Chamberlain, Dorothy Cahill, 
Nancy Champagne, Janet Cellucci, Sheila Callahan, Donna 
Caruso, Nancy ' Cannizzo; third row: Susan Cappadona, 
Carolyne Callahan, Diane Cericola, Nancy Cappadona. 




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SO 1 7 
Mr. Prohovich 



Front row: Philip Collins; Robert Cotton; Paul Cotrone; 
Stephen Colangelo; John Cox; Gary Connolly; Ronald 
Coish; Richard Cormier; Gary Cormier; Ronald Cincotta; 
second row: Patricia Crowe; Geraldine Cormier; Marsha 
Colten; Loretta Coraccio; Ann Cocivera; Linda Cormier; 
Angela Composto; Marcella Cosano; Rosella Connearney; 
Donna Cucco; third row: Timothy Cuerdon; Harold Coffin; 
Richard Coffin; Richard Cincotta. 



SI 09 
Miss Snow 



Front row: Ronald Despres; Thomas Defilipro; Robert De- 
loury; Richard Dale; Robert Delorey; Alexander Delia- 
pace; James Davis; Dennis Desrosiers; second row: Mar- 
garet Daugman; MaryAnn Delosa; Donna Davidson; Denise 
Denault; Carolyn Dennison; Stella Daigle; Frances Dagq- 
stino; Janet Aranico; Karen Dalfino; third row: Scott 
Davis; David Delaire; William Deprofio. 





SI 10 
Mrs. Davis 



Front row: Brian Doheny; Edward Doe; Stephen Donahue; 
Robert Devincent; Richard Doucette; second row: Maureen 
Dion; Victoria Dion; Kathy Doherty; Susan Dilorenzo; 
Sharon Donnelly; Lenore DiPace; Jeanette Doucet; Linda 
Dizer; third row: Donna Digregorio; Charlene Douglas; 
Kathy Delivin; Linda Doherty; Charlotte Dillaway. 



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Miss Beaulne 



Front row: Thomas Lunney; Roland Dubie; Rick Dunlap; 
Charlie Egirous; Mark Enik; Robert Duddy; David Duquette; 
Paul Epstein; second row: Jane Vitti; Sharon Ellis; Mary 
Facenda; Meredith Edgar; Penny Falconer; Chris Dowett; 
Karen Duddy; Susan Doyle; third row: Dolores Ferro; 
Camille Formosi; Karen Eldridge; Kathy Eastler. 



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Mr. Opie 



Front row: James Geoghegan; Daniel Furbush; Gerard 
Gagnon; Anthony Giardina; Charles Foley; Albert Flanders; 
William Fiore; John Foley; second row: Joseph Fitzpatrick; 
Diane Fuller; Susan Gardner; Patricia Gatter; Ann Har- 
rington; Lorraine Frost; Mary Flynn; Virginia Giannetti; 
Ronald Gaudet; third row: Ruth Frary; Roma Ga'l; Sharon 
Gaudet; Gisele Gauvin. 





SII3 
Mrs. McConahey 



Front row: Jack Haskell; Bob Goldberg; Steve Hawkins; 
Russell Hsmmond; James Halstead; Brian Hennesy; Chris 
Hagger; Robert Gledhill; second row: Dave Guzzi; Joan 
Hession; Marie Green; Marilyn Gordon; Paul Groth; Diane 
Hachey; Laura Goldsmith; Patricia Hart; Marie Girouard; 
Bill Greenwood; third row: Irene Harper; Susan Heintz; 
Susan Harvey; Laurie Halloran; Karen Hayes; Jeanne Greg- 
oricus; Lynn Gregoricus; Annette Hache. 






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SI 14 
Mrs. Morris 



Front row: Robert Jones; Henry Joyal; Paul Keane; Douglas 
Jones; William Keefe; Raymond Hillson; Robert Keefe; 
William Kadzis; Robert Hines; second row: Steven Joyal; 
Carla Johnson; Christine .Johnson; Margaret Mc Namara; 
Janice Jigarjian; Linda Johnson; Ann Horrigan; Diane Hop- 
kins; Brian Horenstein; third row: Elizabeth Jenkins; Donna 
Hurley; Cynthia Jurjurian; Jean Hill; Jean Kavey; Kathe- 
leen Horrigan; Diane Jenkins. 




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Mrs. K. Murphy 



Front row: Stephen Kavanaugh; John Scafidi; Stephen 
Kromer; Leo Lawless; Thomas Landry; Allan LeBlanc; 
Gary Lamont; second row: Bruce LeBlanc; Mary LaRosa; 
Theresa Lacrosse; Janet Murphy; Susan Larosee; Martha 
Kelley; Cynthia LeBlanc; Leo Kiley; third row: Adina 
Orlandi; Rita LeBlanc; Kathleen Kirrane. 



SI 17 

Mrs. Marr 



Front row: Norman Mac Lennan; Mike Leonard; Richard 
Lemay; Gary Lewis; Stephen Lillis; Stephen Cincotta; 
Gary Lefort; Donald Mabe; Kevin MacKenzie; second 
row: Shirley Parker; Linda Leslie; Anita Leriov; Daphne 
Lowell; Anne Mac Lennan; Andrea Loughry; Kathy Love- 
joy; Janet LeShane; Phyllis Lombard. 




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SI 18 
Mrs. S. Murphy 



Front row: Stephen AAcGovern; Howard AAanley; Charles 
McCarthy; Daniel Selines; Ronald McKenne; Richard Man- 
cuso; Michael McGovern; James Mancuso; John Mclnnis; 
second row: John Lazaro; Marjorie Malloy; Eleanor Mc- 
Carthy; Maryann McCarthy;^ Janet McCue; Estelle Mc- 
Gonigle; Marrh/n -McLaughlin; Cherly Martin; Beverly Mc- 
Grath; John McCarthy; third row: Carol McGovern; Lu- 
cienne McDonald; Barbara McGann; Barbara McGovern. 





S2I3 
Mrs. Roby 



Front row: Donald Mickalsen; Joseph Merrullo; Kenneth 
Stahl; Gary Moulton; Douglas Miller; Marshall Morrell; 
Louis Milinazzo; Dennis McShane; Joseph Muise; Richard 
Mullin; second row: Barbara McManus; Cynthia Morgan; 
Margaret Mitchell; Mary Jane Montgomery; Judith Milioto; 
Patricia Moran; Sandra Mula; Jeanne Mula; Patricia Morri- 
son; Julie Melanson; Maria Naughton. 



S2I4 
Mrs. Kellerman 



Front row: David Murray; John O'Mobobo; John O'Kane; 
Stephen Nix; Scott Newell; Michael O'Dea; Edward 
Noonan; Richard Nessolini; Richard Murray; second row: 
Donald Parells; Michael Najarian; Maureen Oliveto; Virginia 
Oatt; Diane Nolan; Judith O'Brien; Kathy O'Brien; Rose 
Voci; Fred Owens; Peter Nutile; third row: Deborah 
Murray; Cynthia Norton; Catherine O'Loughlin; Alana 
Murphy; Greta Munson; Paula Neary. 



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$215 
Mrs. Byam 



Front row: Arthur Palumbo; George Pitts; Chris Policronis; 
Kevin Perry; George Pilla; Roger Mcelroy; Dante Pinta- 
bone; second row: John Pelkey; Donna Palmer; Sandra 
Powwetta; Linda Pedersen; Patricia Palumbo; Janice Page; 
Patricia Palmer; William Peace; third row: Susan Parrella; 
Carole Parisi; Janice Passerello; Judy Stepanian. 



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Mrs. Carney 



Front row: David Rhodes; Robert Notartomaso; Joseph 
McGann; Joseph Quinn; Alan Ravesi; Gerald Rigoli; William 
Richard; Steven Quagliozzi; second row: Karen Ramberg; 
Rosemary Racine; Judy Ristuccia; Ell le Rigoli; Marlene 
Remal; Marie Richard; Carol Powers; Linda Potas; Nancy 
Reid; third row: Sharon Procky; Chris Rigoli; Priscilla Ray; 
Elizabeth Ramondi; Joan Quinn; Doris Ricciato; Jean Um- 
brello. 





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Miss Cairnes 



Front row: Nick Saran; Jeff Russo; John Santa Maria; Tom 
Santo Lucito; John Romeo; second row: Germaine Robi- 
chaud; Virginia Russo; Pam Roy; Cathy Boyd; Elaine 
Rogers; Louise Roldan, Ann Peterson; Sue Ryan; third 
row: Janet Rooney; Donna Risso; Sandra Rochleau; Vera 
Russo; Pat Ryburg; Helen Ferro; Beu Rockfeller. 



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S2I8 
Mr. Richman 



Front row: Bruce Burns; Phil Stark; Jon Schools; Marshal 
Smith; Kevin Scannell; Michael Soave; Ken Sneider; Al 
Sickman; second row: Don Sheck; Debby Schreiber; Debby 
Senarian; Christine Siragusa; Paula Shea; Janet Shedd; 
Noreen Spracklin; John Shinnick; third row: Ellen Sheehey; 
Helen Sousa; Elizabeth Sharp; Suzy Shiffbaur. 



S3II 
Miss Quinn 



Front row: Mark Theriault; Edgar Thomas; John Valentino; 
John Vecchione; Richard Tumminelli; David Vautour; 
Robert Stoney; Richard Tyman; George Thome; second 
row: Donald Tower; Edward Tirone; Patricia Veilleux; 
Mary Swenson; Rita Tortola; Joyce Tanner; Linda Uttaro; 
Robert Sturtevant; Joseph Tirone; third row: Maria Taylor; 
Kathy Tyler; Jeanne Umbrello. 








S3 1 2 
Mr. Corcoran 



Front row: Bruce Vincuilla; Dan Zwirbla; Richard Whisney; 
Robert Von Dolan; Jeremy Welts; Anthony Venuti; second 
row: Gail Fitzpatrick; Carol Wyskeil; Debby Young; Joyce 
Wheaton; Elizabeth Williams; Judy Whalen; Ellen Wein- 
stein; Carol Vincuilla, Linda Zachanini; third row: Jean 
White; Debby Zacher; Barbara Wentworth; Gail Young; 
Annice Thibodeau. 




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February 16, 1968 was the 
social event of the year for the 
Class of "69". This was the 
night that saw the Cafeteria 
transformed into a picturesque 
South Sea Island wonderland. 
Co-Chairmen of this event 
were Sheila Callahan and 
David Nurse. 

Vincent Vaccarello and his 
orchestra added that special 
touch to the evening festivi- 
ties as they played a variety 
of dedications in keeping with 
the theme of the Prom which 
was entitled, "Some Enchant- 
ed Evening." 

The climax of the evening 
was the crowning of the Jun- 
ior Prom Queen, Miss Judy 
Stepanian by our Headmaster, 
Mr. E. P. George Husson, Jr. 
Also in attendance were the 
four class officers: Jeanne Um- 
brello, Janet Shedd, Russell 
Hammond, and Linda Barry. 

The Prom ended at 1 1 :30 
as each couple continued on 
their way for further celebra- 
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Sophomore 
Homerooms 

W02 
Mrs. Mcknight 

Front row: Brian Angelo; Vincent Allia; Greg Alcorn, 
Bernard Aucoin; Ray Adams; Andre Aucoin; Carl Arsenau!t; 
Harry Alcorn; second row: Diane Arsenault; Nancy Alese; 
Leslie Abbott; Susan Arena; Sharon Arno; Tonette Alongi; 
Dolores Araujo; Sharon Amarilian; Debby Arena. 



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W03 
Mrs. Gershon 



Front row: Bruce Berbarian; Stephen Narber; David Aucoin; 
William Barry; Arthur Bennett; Robert Beaupre; second 
row: Marie Aucoin; Norma Belliveau; Cheryl Bardsley; 
Kathleen Barry; Joan Baronian; Sandra Bamforth; Margaret 
Barrile; Mary Baker; Gail Avery; Marie Baxter. 





W04 
Mr. McKnight 



Front row: Moe Bordenca; John Bolles; Al Bleyle; Denis 
Boucher; Steve Bonney; Chris Boudreau; Dana Bonica; 
second row: Marie Boucher; Paula Bonifide; Annette 
Boudreau; Cheryl Boback; Gail Bertrand; Lynn Berry; 
Beth-Ann Blodgett; Carol Bouley; Dianne Boudreau. 



W06 
Mr. Levesque 



Front row: Paul Brassard; Robert Burke; Kelly Burke; 
Robert Briganti; Charles Brophy; Donald Breen; Richard 
Burke; John Boyd; second row: Donna Burkes; Linda 
Bowman; Judy Brown; Anne Bourgeois; Nancy Broderick; 
Wendy Brown; Wanda Bourqye; Lois Brousseau. 





W07 
Mrs. Sullivan 



Front row: Noel Buscemi; Francis Cannistraro; Donald 
Bushard; Brian Casey; Neal Caramanica; Norman Carmen- 
Edward Cacciatore; second row: Anna Caci; Deborah 
Caisey; Patricia Callahan; Sandra Calson; Susan Campbell- 
Michelle Carter; Lauren Butman; Patricia Camutti; Carol 
Carmody; Dianne Casella. 



W08 
Miss Gladesyz 



Front row: Richard Chaisson; Keith Chipman; Paul Ciccolo; 
Alfred Clarke; Dennis Chaisson; second row: Chris Chap- 
man; Marsha Chamberlain; Carol Chaisson; Janet Chapman; 
Donna Churakan; Mary Cincotta; Cathy Champion; Barbara 
Chaisson; Donna Castellano; third row: Gail Chamberlain; 
Rita Collins; Diane Collette; Lynda Castellano; Linda Chilin- 
gerian; Beverly Clarke. 




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W09 
Miss Christensen 

Front row: Jack Cotter; Douglas Clasby; Stephen Corbett; 
Paul Cormier; Rodney Cook; Guido Coppola; Richard 
Coraccio; second row: France Connors; Karen Coughlin; 
Denise Cormier; Linda Corcoran; Jacqueline Cousineau; 
Nancy Cripps; third row: Denise Coutu; Donna Conners; 
Cynthia Collett; Jerry Connor; Janice Crockford. 



WIOI 
r. Regan 



Front row: George Davidson; Robert Croteau; James 
Cusano; ?; Robert Dacey; John Delia Camera; John Crosby; 
Robert Crook; Leonard Crossman; ?; second row: ?; John 
DePass; Stephen Curry; Marilyn Dahlin; Mary Lou Delorey; 
Ann Cusano; Patricia David; Judy DeProfio; Alice De 
Forge; Bernard Demeo; William Cummings; third row: 
Mary Crowe; Ann D'Addario; Joanne Deugeno; Donna De 
Melle; Mydonna Curry; Helen Curtis; Carolyn Denty; JoAnn 
D'Antonio. 





WI03 
Mrs. Westfield 



Front row: Timothy Dipace; Donald Dunlap; Norman 
Macleod; Richard Duddy; Daniel Dollard; Michael Egan; 
Mark Edmunds; Charles Duckworth; Paul Doe; second row: 
Cheryl Dion; Nancy Doherty; Donna Doucet; Lois Dunne; 
Sandra Emberly; Linda Emmetts; Kathryn Dunbar; Gail 
Elander; Deborah Devoe; Jeanne Elfar; third row: Kevin 
Eagan; Arthur Dubois; Dennis Doherty; John Dunn; Paul 
Doucet. 



WI04 
Miss Magrath 

Front row: David Ferson; David Feeley; Reynold Famosi; 
William Ferry; Robert Faulkner; John Fahey; Stephen Fina- 
more; second row: Kathleen English; Olga Ferrara; Lisa 
Faranda; Jean Ferro; Joanne Ferrera; Leslie Farragher; 
Susan Falzone; Marilyn Fine; Carol Flanagan. 





WI05 
Mrs. Feldman 



Front row: Robert Flynn; Daniel Foley; Mark Flynn; James 
Girolamo; Stephen Gardner; Albert Gannache; Warren 
Freda; Matt Garrigan; Steven Generoso; Joseph Giardina; 
second row: Arthur Gaudet; Wendy Gallagher; Linda 
Goley; Diana Gebhardt; Cathy Gamble; Elaine Gardner; 
Lucille Fournier; Barbara Forcier; Michele Fonseca; Francis 
Gill; Patrich Garritz; third row: Eileen Foley; Jane Gaudet; 
Patricia Foley; Janice Forte; Lydia Giardina; Rosemary 
Fucci; Diane Geneau. 



WI06 
Mrs. Jones 



Front row: Robin Gogan; Henry Green; Steven Hamilton; 
Stanley Goldstein; Brian Halloran; second row* Donna 
Glawson; Lynne Groth; Joan Goulding; Irene Hache; Bar- 
bara Gladman; Carol Gullotti; Josephine Girorard; third 
row: Muriel Goguen; Cynthia Green; Denise Goguen; 
Elizabeth Grant; Nora Gould; Ann Grimes. 




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WI07 
Mr. Curry 



Front row: Wayne Hennessey; Philip Hammond; Kenny 
Hoyt; Lewis Horwitz; Bob Hickey; Joe Hughes; Bob 
Hughes; Bob Hurley; Bruce Hart; Philip Harris; second 
row: Kathie Hill; Judy Hartley; Gail Hendrick; Laura 
Hines; Linda Hurley; Carol Harvey; Bonita Hebit; Carol 
Hines; Nancy Hayes; third row: Diane Headley; Debbie 
Hosman; Karen Hoyt; Wendy Holmes; Diane Herman; Gail 
Hines; Debby Hartman; Dale Hopwood. 



WI08 
Mrs. Maclure 



Front row: Lawrence Isaacson; Mark Keenan; John Kelley; 
Karl Johnson; Robert Jones; Kenneth Johnson; Gary James; 
second row: Janice Jahrling; Diane Jimjimian; Linda lan- 
nuzzo; Debbie Johnson, Carole Janson; third row: Linda 
Kavey; Jane Keegan; Linda Juliano; Roseann Jarvie. 





WI09 
Mr. Sullivan 



Front row: Brian Keough; Richard Rogers; Harvey LeBlanc; 
Robert King; Steven Lambert; Albert Lancto; David Marcus; 
Charles Le Blanc; Jerome Lafarque; Robert LaRose; second 
row: Robert Lassman; Nancy Lazaro; Betsy Keir; Gloria 
LeBlanc; Karen LeBlanc; Mary Kerr; Christine Kelly; Carolyn 
Leavitt; Mary Kelly; Sandra Lahey; Gilbert Mariani; third, 
row: Edna LeBlanc; Denise LeBlanc; Linda Kokidko; Janice 
LaCava; Dianne LeBlanc; Linda LeBlanc; JoAnn LeBlanc. 



Wl 10 
Mr. Sheehan 



Front row: Forres Leme; Donald LeBlanc; Winfred Lee; 
Carl Leeber; George Lombardo; Robert LeBlanc; Robert 
Linstrom; Albert Marrqus; second row: Debora Lore; Linda 
LeBlanc; Paula Martin; Diane LaRoche; Mary Livernoche; 
Simonne Leger; Carol Lombardi; Viola LeBlanc; third row: 
Omer LeBlanc; David LeShane; Rheal LeBlanc; Richard 
LeBlanc; Stephen Leydon; John Logan. 





Wll I 
Miss Bowen 



Front row: Vince Mallzzi; Don Lund; John Mannino; Timo- 
thy Merchant; David Lovequist; Craig Magner; Richard 
Marcou; Paul Malloch; Patrick MacKay; second row: Grace 
MacKusick; Thelma Martin; Theres Martin; Linda Mac- 
Kusick; Loren Low; Phyllis Mac Donald; Carol Malone; 
Cynthia Lucas; Gail Manzelli; third row: Norman MacLeod; 
Robert Lucas; Donald LeBlanc; Stephen Maclnnis. 



Wl 12 
Miss Fox 



Front row: David McGuigan; John Mason; John McHugh; 
John Mega; second row: Janet Martorilli; Patricia Mc- 
Namara; Ann Menard; Gwynne McCarthy; Margery Mc- 
Laughlin; Martha Masterman; Mary McAvoy; Theresa Mc- 
Neil; Christine Mula; third row: Janet Meehan; Judy 
Mazmania; Susan Malloy; Carol McCormick; Marilyn Mc- 
Carthy. 




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W203 
Mr. Blossom 



Front row: Ron Murphy; Charles Nadeau; William Nardone; 
Kevan Murphy; William Monocco; Steve Murphy; Gary 
Murphy; Edward Nardone; Roy Mirabito; William Mc 
Millan; second row: Donald Newbert; Richard Murphy; 
Sheila Mogan; Jeanne Meserve; Dona Minissale; Lynell 
Merritts; Susanne Morreale; Donna Newhook; Linda Milton; 
Kenneth Navien; third row: Jean Monty; Linda Najarian; 
Lenore Mullen; Patricia Nesite; Joan Murphy; Alice 
Mroszcyk; Debby Mullany; Beverly Mobilia. 



W204 
Mrs. G. Johnson 



Front row: Douglas Nickerson; Edward Patupanian; Clif- 
ford Nutting; Brian Osganian; Thomas Nolte; Kevin 
O'Toole; Steven Oliver; Stephen Pearlman; Phillip Olson; 
Richard Paolino; second row: Eric Olfson; Gary O'Brien; 
Maureen O'Neil; Freda Pappas; Maria Papia; Patricia 
O'Brien; Joanna Nocella; Patsy O'Halloran; Eilleen O'Hallo- 
ran; Richard O'Neil; ?; third row: Helen Olivo; Laurie Pal- 
mer; Elna Patuto; Priscilla Orlandi; Nancy Pederson; Emily 
Norman; Pauline O'Neil. 





W205 
Mrs. Stanton 



Front row: James Rando; Thomas Rickman; Frank Pridian; 
James Radasta; Mark Petricone; Thomas Robertson; William 
Perley; John Rando; William Poirier; second row: Carl 
Ravesi; Robert Powderly; Florine Richard; Lillian Recci; 
Nancy Power; Marie Pelletier; Barbara Robertson; Patricia 
Roche; Janice Perkins; Bernice Pilla; Jane Reino; Joseph 
Pittarino; Dennis Quinn; third row: Elaine Rippin; Ruth 
Pridham; Florence Rigoli; Patricia Pendergast; Darlene 
Pereshluha; Carolyn Ray; Barbara Rayne; Patricia Quirk; 
Mrtha Rigoli. 



W206 
Mr. Fleming 



Front row: Christopher Romano; Bradley Ross; Dana Rogge; 
John Russell; Richard Sanger; Joseph Salvo; Carl Scafidi; 
second row: Mary Roy; Mary Ryan; Joyce Rotchfor; Gale 
Ryberg; Donna Rochleau; Paula Santalucito; Barbara Peavy; 
Carolyn Santamaria; Linda Roche; third row: Muriel Robi- 
chaud; Jane Roche; Carolyn Rogers; Jeannette Savage; 
Denise Sandstrom; Cynthia Saia; Regina Rourke; Marie 
Scafidi; Janice Santamaria. 








W207 
Mr. Tymer 



Front row: James Schaufus; Francis Stanton; Kurt Stashis; 
Francis Schultz; George Segien; Michael Simmons; Vincen 
Scanio; Edward Spillert; Elliot Slater; second row: David 
Sinclair; Robert Scheier; Paula Teele; Lois Smith; Deborah 
Selby; Patricia Stedman; Marjorie Smith; Susuan Skinner; 
Jean St. Germain; Vincen Scalia; Stephen Searle; third 
row: Maureen Shea; Marilyn Sicutte; Joyce Skotland; 
MaryAnne Stahl; Linda Soderholm; Elaine Shapiro. 



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W209 
Miss Koledo 




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Front row: Gary Tobin; Joseph Valiante; Alan Tauber; 
Richard Young; Richard Vaccerello; Edward Strong; Robert 
Sweeny; Joseph Taranto; Lewis Uttaro; Robert Tomusko; 
second row: Joseph Vanaria; Richard Sweet; Pamela Toy; 
Loretta Sullivan; Sherryl Young; Sherie Sullivan; Mary Lee 
Stewart; Kathleen Sullivan; Janice Suliivan; Vivian Ukraine; 
Kevin Sullivan; Francis Tierney; third row: Laurie Sweeny; 
Joan Walker; Theresa Tirone; Lynn Sullivan; Frances Triffi- 
letti; Ellen Thorne; Frances Viveiros; Betty Jane Troie; 
Marilyn Vanaria. 



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W2I I 
Miss Devane 



Front row. Charles Vasquezi; Paul Vincent; Warren Wilder; 
Dana Welts; Ray Yetten; William Wilde; Eric Waldren; 
Paul Yamartino; Calvin Vary; second row: Patty Velardo; 
Sndra Zanghi; Dotty Whalen; Terry Weeks; Sally West; 
Sandy Wright; Cheryl Wellman; Virginia Waldren; Joyce 
Zaia; Carolyn Zeytoonian; Yvette Veilleux; third row: 
Richard White; Gary Ward; Sam Webb; Donald Warren; 
Gordon Wellington; Richard Wheaton; Charles Williams. 





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CLYTEMNESTRA BICKLE 

475 Trapelo Road 

Diaphragm Exercises H.R. Attic 

Clytemnestra spends her spare time either on the bridge 
with Hieronymous Bosch, Ophelia Giovanni, Maria Con- 
tessa, Mehetabelle Jones and Louie, or at Tony's Aqua 
Vida Lounge chatting with Philip Zonck, Larry Lump, Ernie 
Boch and Penelope Prud. Her favorite food is strangled 
perriwinkles under glass with parmesan cheese and pea- 
nut butter. She loves candy-coated pickles. In the future, 
this energetic senior plans to attend Wabash U. to major 
in philanthropic techniques using the touch-tone method. 
She excels in show and tell. 

GOOD LUCK CLYT !!!!!!!!!! 

Activities: ohhhhhh definitely. 



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DONNA TREFONIDES (Sr.) 




JOANNE PEROS (Sr.) GERI O'REILLY (Sr. 

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Cheerleaders 



LYANE ARICO (Sr.) GERI O'REILLY (Sr.-Co-Capt.) 



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BADMINTON INTRAMURALS 
Front row: Janice Broderick, Cathy Champion, (Champion of the Singles Tourna- 
ment), Lois Bowse; Second row: Ann Grimes, Nancy Broderick, (Runner-up in 
Singles), Laura Hines, Denise Coutu. 



CROSS COUNTRY TRACK SCORES 



Natick 


25 


31 


W 


Medford 


15 


48 


W 


Newton 


26 


31 


W 


Revere 


15 


48 


W 


Maiden 


15 


50 


W 


Everett 


15 


48 


W 


Arlington 


15 


50 


W 


Newton South 


23 


31 


W 


Bowdoin College 


34 


21 


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CROSS COUNTRY TRACK TEAM 

First row: Moe Bordenca, Tim Cuerdon, Bill Chalmers, Ken Soderholm, 'co-capt.; 
Terry Aubie, co-capt.; Chris Busemi, Bob Crook, Kevan Murphy, Park Boudrot; 
Second row: Sue Alper, mgr.; Al Garnache, Steve Murphy, Roy Duddy, Bud 
Raines, John Kendall, Charlie Duckworth, Bill Ormerod, Tim Mahoney, Chris 
Demeo, Ellen Searle, mgr. 










ARCHERY TEAM 
Noreen Spracklin, Debbie Johnson, Linda Johnson, Beverly Beaudin. 



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Kneeling: Mike Beaver, Ray Auld, Paul Zeigler, Stu Goldstein, Stan Ferro, Steve Gardner, Rich Gentola, Chester Richardson, John Boyle, Bill Adams, Joe 
Landry, Kevin Murphy, Ches. Bonica, Tom Dubie; Second row: Steve Lillis, Joe McGann, Ron Porier, Bill Chaprales, Peter Bella, Ray Loretta, Mike Delaney, 
Bruce LaFort, Ron Doucett, John Burke, Mike Brescia, Mike Quinn, Frank Asaro, Paul Legere, Dave Suro, Bill Nurse, Bob MacClary, Jeff Harwich; Third row: 
John Lazaro, Mark Enik, Bob Gledhill, John Romeo, Richard Aubert, Ronald McKenna, Edgar Thomas, Steve Joyal, Robert Naughton, Phil Higgins, Charles 
Boyd, Edward Edmunds, Don Cutting, Ches. Lee, Marshal Lazaro, Bill Shea. 



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VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM, first row: Maureen Dion; Donna Caruso; Susan Ukraine, co-capt.; 
Miss Gravelin, coach; Janice Brode'rick, co-capt.; Debbie Johnson; Brenda Davidson; second row: Janice 
Perkins; Kathy Dunbar; Margaret Stanton, mgr.; Lynn Flanagan, mgr.; Susan Gardner; Becky Lester. 



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BASKETBALL 




SCORES 






Lexington 


53 


26 


L 


Lincoln Sudbury 


44 


19 


L 


Brockton 


25 


36 


W 


Watertown 


28 


23 


L 


Cambridge Latin 


54 


12 


L 


Watertown 


47 


19 


L 


Newton South 





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RIFLE TEAM SCORES 



Bedford 


889 


788 W 


Concord 


870 


772 W 


Acton 


896 


784 W 


Marlboro 


875 


874 W 


Melrose 


883 


869 W 


Watertown 


877 


795 W 


Wayland 


889 


881 W 


Maiden 


863 


912 L 


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Lexington 


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Brookline 


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SWIMMING TEAM: First row: Don Legere, Dave Mills, Bob DeLuca, Bill Nolte, Bill Maher; Second row: David Murray, 
Donald Aucoin, Chuck Mclnnis, Bob Nawrocki, Bill Fury; Third row. Paul Aucoin, Bob Jones, John Shinnick, Fred Dunlap, 
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INDOOR TRACK TEAM: First row: Ellen Searle, mgr.; Mike Beaver, Park Boudrot, Moe Bodenca, Chris Demeo, capt.; 
Steve Murphy, Ken Soderholm, Tim Cuerdon, Sue Alper, mgr.; Second row: Tim Mahoney, Kenan Murphy, Bill Chalmers, 
Paul Zeigler, Mike Jacobs, Chris Buscemi, Chet Richardson, Bon Crook, Terry Aubie; Third row: Tom Dubie, Charlie 
Duckworth, Paul Epstein, Al Garnacite, Bill Ormerod, Al Lancto, Bud Raines, John Kendall, Roy Duddy. 







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Lexington 56 30 W 

Natick 39 47 L 

Newton 47 39 W 

Weymouth 41 45 L 
Rindge 56V 2 29V 2 \N 

Maiden 55 21 W 

B. C. High 28 58 L 

Brookline 53 33 W 









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First row: Henry Joyal, Al 
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Mike McGovern, Terry McNeil; 
Second row: Joe Blanchard, 
Steve Joyal, Art Dubois, Pau 1 
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Sitting: Bill Adams, Chucklie Lee, Jim Generoso, Russ Hammond, Charlie Bonica; Second row: John O'Kane, 
Peter Jones, Richard Lewis, Mike Collura, John Mazzarini; Third row: Charles AAalone, Mike Lupo, Steve 
Latprre, Kevin Burns. 



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BOYS BASKETBALL SCORES 



Rindge 




61 


56 


W 


Somerville 




62 


57 


W 


Brockton 




65 


72 


L 


Cambridge 




59 


70 


L 


Arlington 




83 


46 


W 


Watertown 




76 


43 


W 


Newton 




79 


53 


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Brookline 




80 


55 


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Weymouth 




62 


43 


w 


Newton South 


76 


53 


w 


Rindge 




61 


42 


w 


Brockton 




60 


53 


w 


Cambridge 




43 


41 


w 


Arlington 




72 


62 


w 


Watertown 




57 


45 


w 


Newton South 


92 


39 


w 


Newton 




79 


72 


w 


Brookline 




92 


60 


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Weymouth 




58 


50 


w 


Somerville 




55 


66 


L 


Weymouth 


Tech Tourney 


68 


57 


L 



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BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS 
Lois Lexander (sr); Marsha Colter (jr); Joan Tousignant (sr); Lynne Arico (sr); Jean Umbrello (sr); Joanne Peros (sr-co-capt); Geri O'Reilly (sr-co-capt); 
Janet Rao (sr); Donna Trefonides (sr); Carol Wallace (sr); Becky Lester (jr); Karen Keohane (sr); Penny Falconer (jr); missing Jeanine Aucoin. 






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First row: S. Latore, J. Gallant, D. Furbush, J. Mazzarini, L. Hart, P. Clifford, N. Yetten; Second row: Coach Yetten, W. Boyce, J. Landry, capt.; S. Izzi, K. 
Murphy, R. Hammond, K. Burns, J. O'Kane, R. Lorrette. 



BASEBALL SCORES 



Rindge 

Watertown 

Cambridge 

Arlington 

Brockton 

Newton 

Newton 

South 

Brookline 

Weymouth 



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4 
5 
5 
5 

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4 
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2 
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OUTDOOR TRACK SCORES 

Lexington 82 49 W 

Canton 66V2 46 W 

Fitchberg 52 V2 

Quincy 84 43 W 

Cambridge Latin 105V2 25 V2 W 

Arlington 103 1/2 27V 2 W 

North Quincy 91 40 W 

Weymouth 52V4 78 1/2 L 





OUTDOOR TRACK 
First row: Kevan Murphy, Bob Crook, Moe Bodenca, Sam Webb, Bill Chalmers, Tim Cuerdon, Mike Beaver; Second row: Jeff 
Harwich, Ellen Searle, mgr.; John Kendall, Steve Murphy, Tim Mahoney, Mike Jacobs, Chris Demeo, capt.; Paul Zeigler, Chet 
Richardson, Ken Soderholm, Sue Alper, mgr.; Terry Aubie; Third row: Paul Epstein, Bill Ormerod, Bud Raines, Roy Duddy, Bob 
Gledhill, Charlie Duckworth, Tom Dubie, Chris Buscemi, Glenn LeBlanc, Al Garnache, Al Lancto, Paul McPherson. 

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TENNIS SCORES, BOYS: 

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Arlington 

Winthrop 

Cambridge Latin 

Maiden 

Rindge 

Arlington 



First row: Janet Allison, Sharon Bennett, Miss Doris Hudak, coach, Becky Lester, Marcie. Cusano; Second 
row: Michelle Fonseca, Sharon Procyk, Janet LeShane, Noreen Spracklin, Simonne Leger, Mary Geneva, 
Andrea Loughry; Missing, Susan Ukraine, Sheila Zilinskas. 



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Newton 




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Brookline 16 

Watertown 6 

Newton 1 

Cambridge Latin 15 

Chapel Hill 15 

Watertown 9 



Seated: Alexis Belliveau, Ann Grimes, Loretta Sullivan, 
Miss Gravelin, coach; Joyce Tanner, Brenda Davidson, 
co-capt.; Janice Perkins; Standing: Lindsay Kilgore, Linda 
Emmetts, Janice Broderick, SusaYi Gardner, Lois Bowse, 
Pat Morrison; Absent— Jeanette Gluste, co-capt. 



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SCORES 

Brockton 15-9 

Cambridge Latin 15-9 

Newton South 15-6 

Brockton 15-2 

Cambridge Latin 15-3 

Newton South 15-8 

Brookline 15-8 



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15-7 

15-6 

15-9 

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Kneeling: Sue Gardner, Lindsay Kilgore, Debbie 
Johnson, Janice Perkins, Lynne Arico, Joan 
Tousignant, co-capt.; Donna Milliken, Pat 
Aucoin, Pat Velardo; Standing: Alexis Belli- 
veau, mgr.; Marsha Camberlain, Nancy Bro- 
derick, Miss Helen Castros, coach; Vivian Uk- 
raine, Bev Beaudoin, Linda Milton, mgr. 



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First row. Eric Stevens, Raphiel Aslan- 
ian, Mr. Krol, coach; Ed. Roubian, 
Steve Kavanaugh; Second row: Wm. 
Poirier, Mike McGovern, John Callahan, 
capt.; Steve Barber, Albert Flanders. 



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Barring fire and flood, we have brought this 
yearbook through to what we hope is a suitable 
record of the class of 1968. 



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Dennis Roach, 
editor-in-chief 



I have seen this book through from its 
conception as an artistic endeavor— I 
would like it to be evaluated as that. 







Jeffrey Kresser, 
literary editor 



Everyone wants to be remembered— memories 
seem to be the only certain things in life, at 
times. That is why we have created this year- 
book; remembrance. 



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literary staff— mr. constantine b. agouros 



, editor-in-chief: 
editor-in-chief: 

literary editor: 
literary editor-.- 

activities editor: 
activities editor: 
activities editor: 



barbara gibson 
dennis roach 

Jeffrey kresser 
karen piazza 

joan hession 
susanalper 
chris welts 



production manager: 



coordinating editor: 
superlatives editor: 



david green 

leslie forgione 
marina paige 

acknowledgements for work on profiles: 
betsy brackett sally glidden 

dare cohn linda govone 

irene denty william pedersen 

maria gajda annette ross 

we wish to express our appreciation to the 
following persons who have given us the 
necessary materials for the yearbook. 

mr. constantine b. sgouros 
waltham news tribune 
warren kay vahtine studios 
russo art studios 
douglas dow 
jeremy welts 

business staff— mr. thomas f. neylon 

editor: Stephen rourke 
editor: barbara dinoff 

we would like to thank the following 
persons who were instrumental in so- 
liciting advertisements. 



cynthia berley 
mary ellen cross 
cathy curtis 
donne cutting 
bobdeluca 
chris demeo 
steve dugas 
gail eagan 
sandra fallo 
anthony giardina 
anne guigno 
leslie lentini 

subscriptions staff 

subscriptions editor: 



ruth livermore 
nancy mulvaney 
geri o'reilly 
linda pereshulha 
joanne peros 
steve richelson 
mike santa 
lester scafidi 
ellen searle 
Stanley slotnick 
joan tousignant 
carole wiley 



Winnie rose 



assistant: 
assistant: 
assistant: 
assistant: 



janet alison 
deborah brannelly 
judy joliat 
marilyn mclaughlin 



EDITOR'S NOTES 

If is on this page of the Mirror that the editors are allowed to express 
their individual thoughts concerning the book itself and the general 
environment in which they worked and dealt. In keeping with the spirit 
of change accented by today's youth, we have tried to bring a new 
approach into the yearbook by making it an historical picture book. This 
feature would not have been possible without the aid of Mr. Sgouros, 
our faculty advisor, who spent many hours photographing and printing 
the majority of the candids that appear here. It is to him first the appre- 
ciation must go. Secondly, we would like to acknowledge the coopera- 
tion extended by Mr. Husson who agreed to our proposal for larger 
and better quality pages. We have offered Mr. Levey, next year's senior 
housemaster, a number ,of constructive criticisms concerning the content 
and appearance of the book which he has acted upon to assure more 
progress in next year's book. 

Finally, we have watched the world outside of our own progress for 
almost eighteen years. Appalled, baffled, and shocked at the reactions 
of mankind to man, we watch our country weakening, resisting change, 
divided in racism, and morality. We have seen the adult world struggle 
for change and the youth world fight openly for change. Now we are 
trying to understand the frustrating time element and the complex 
solutions of social change, where one person is not enough to cause 
action. 

We, the editors, sincerely hope you enjoy this year's book. We have 
put in many hours and much thought in order to provide you with a 
memorable volume. 

The Editors 



Before you accept 
that first job . . . 

Look over 

your 

employer 

as carefully 

as he does 

you 



What's the Company like anyway? Would I be proud to 
work there? Reputation for square dealing with employees? 
Pleasant surroundings? 

Will I be working with others my own age? Are they 
friendly? Do they socialize after hours? 

Will the boss be reasonable? Appreciate good, hard work, 
but won't explode if I make a mistake? 

Will I make a decent week's pay? Have a chance for raises, 
advancement, more responsibility? How about fringe benefits? 

Is the work challenging? I had what it takes to get through 
high school. Will they give me a chance to use my brains? 



Note: Many young men and women in this area can 
answer "Yes" to these questions. They work for New 
England Telephone. 

Why not talk with our employment interviewer soon 
1 . . . before you graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor 
to tell you when and where to apply. 




laV New England Telephone 

Part of the Nationwide Bell System 



An equal opportunity employer 




FRIENDS OF 



SYDNEY J. ALLMAN, M.D. 

PETER ANGELO, M.D. 

JOSEPH F. ARICO, JR., M.D. 

EDWARD T. BIGHAM, JR., ATTY. 

A. P. BLOOMENTHAL, M.D. 

WARREN R. BOLTON, ATTY. 

MORRIS J. BORDENCA, M.D. 

NATHANIEL P. BRACKETT, JR., M.D. 

DOUGLAS E. BUTMAN 

JOSEPH J. CARAVAGLIO, M.D. 

LYNN D. CHAFFEE, M.D. 

FELIX E. CINCOTTA, ATTY. 

MICHAEL J. CONNOLLY, ATTY. 

PARVIZ DARVICHE 

FOSTER & FOSTER, ATTYS. 

A FRIEND 

DR. IRWIN GETZ 

HARNISH, MANSFIELD, MARSH, AND 
MacDONALD, ATTYS. 

JOHN P. HIGGINS, ATTY. 
E. STANLEY HOBBS, JR., D.M.D. 
JENNEY AND JENNEY, ATTYS. 
FRANCIS X. JOHNSTON, ATTY. 
MARTIN J. KEAVENEY, C.P.A. 
DR. JOSEPH L. LEWIS 
HECTOR MARIN, M.D. 



WALTHAM HIGH 



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DR. ALFRED McMANAMA 
JOHN C. McMANAMA, M.D. 
JOSEPH F. MEROLA 
JOHN L MORRISON, M.D. 
DR. JACK NAMISAS 
GERHARD J. NEWERLA, M.D. 
DR. NORMAN PASTER 
FLORENTINO P. PINA, M.D. 

HAROLD B. REILLY, D.M.D. 

JOSEPH G. RILEY, M.D. 

JOHN J. RYAN, M.D. 

ROBERT M. SAINATO, D.M.D. 

LEONARD B. SCHULMAN, D.M.D. 

NICHOLAS J. SEMENZA, M.D. 

ELIOT A. TANNER, C.P.A. 

MAX TAUBER, M.D. 

ROBERT M. TRUE, M.D. 

TWINBROOK SURGICAL ASSOCIATES 

ANTHONY A. VANARIA, D.M.D. 

J. CHESTER WEBB, ATTY. 

THOMAS P. WHITE, M.D. 

DR. ELLIOT D. WINOGRAD 

VITO A. ZOLLA, D.M.D. 

BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE ORDER OF 
ELKS, WALTHAM LODGE 




HOMEROOM S-01— MR. COLLINS 




William Adams 
Patricia Affleck 
Michael Allen 
Janet Allison 
James E. Anderson 
June F. Anderson 
Donna Annunciata 
Olympia Anthony 
Lynne Arico 
Thomas Arizmendi 
Linda Arsenault 
John Arsenault 
Thomas Arsenault 
Raphael Aslanian 
Terrence Aubie 
Diane Aucoin 
Jeanne Aucoin 



John Aucoin 
Lucy Aviles 
Edward Bachelder 
Elaine Ballo 
David Barnes 
Ann Dowcett 
Cynthia Dowman 
Diane Duprez 
Gail Eagan 
Allan Gettings 
Anthony Giardina 
William Gladman 
Donald Glawson 
Stuart Goldstein 
Hilton Gouthro 
Keith Pacheco 






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HOMEROOM S-02— MRS. STEINBERG 




John Barry 
Robert Bearisto 
Michael Beaver 
David Beckwith 
Virginia Behrikis 
Linda Belle 
Carol A. Belliveau 
Sharon Bennett 
Linda Berg 
Cynthia Berly 
Andrea Biron 
Beverly Blackman 
Joseph Blanchard 
Mary Blinn 



Margaret Bogle 
Charles Bonica 
Judith Bonney 
Ronald Boucher 
Antoine Boudreau 
Joseph Boudreau 
Aurele Bourgeois 
Diana Bourgeois 
Sharon Bradley 
Veronica Fair 
Linda M. Govone 
Janet Groppi 
Rosemarie Guadagnino 
Paul Gullotti 



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To the June Graduates: 
Congratulations From All Your Friends at the 

NEWTON-WALTHAM BANK 
AND TRUST COMPANY 

Neighborhood Offices Serving 
MARLBORO— NATICK— NEWTON— WALTHAM— WAYLAND— WESTON 

Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 


Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of '68 

From the 

WALTHAM 
SUPER MARKET 

836 Main Street 


MAY'S BAKERY 

World's Most Progressive Bakery 

571 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 


C. R. SWANEY 
CO., INC. 

196 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 

Congratulations to the 
Class of 1968 


Best Wishes 
from 

ROOM W-MO 


Congratulations 
from 

ROOM W-108 


ROOM W-203 






Compliments of 
Arthur and Raymond De Vincent 

GARDENCREST APARTMENTS 



Summer Street 

WALTHAM, 

MASS. 



Compliments 
of 

ABBOTT FORD SALE, INC. 

(Your Waltham Ford Dealer) 

109 Linden St. 
Waltham 

TW 4-1106 

GALAXIES— THUNDERBIRDS— FAIRLANES 
FALCONS— TRUCKS 



FENTON G. KEYES 
ASSOCIATES 

Consulting 

Architect — Engineers 
267 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. 



Best Wishes From Room S-09 



John Adams 
Kevin Ala 
Vito Alongi 
Susan Alper 
Donna Anderson 
Elaine Anderson 
Deborah Angelo 



Janice Antico 
Cecilia Arena 
Cheryl Arena 
Cheryl Armstrong 
Margaret Arnold 
Denise Arsenault 
Gerard Arsenault 



Frank Asaro 
Sandra Avadanian 
Richard Aubert 
Donald Aucoin 
Patricia Aucoin 
Paul G. Aucoin 
Paul J. Aucoin 



Elsie Aviles 
Cheryl Babb 
Stephen Ballo 
David Banks 
Anthony Bonica 
Laura De Marco 



HOMEROOM S-03— MRS. CZARNOWSKI 




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William Boyce 
Charles Boyd 
John Boyle 
Deborah Brannelly 
Judith Brazell 
Denise Breau 
Michael Brescia 
Nancy Bright 
Charlene Bry 
Lawrence Buccella 
James Burke 
John Burke 
Evelyn Burns 
Kathleen Burns 



Rose-Ella Caissie 
James F. Callahan 
John J. Callahan 
Peter Cameron 
Vivian Campobasso 
James Canning 
Nancy Caramanica 
Kenneth Cusano 
Mary Jane Doherty 
Michele Engrassia 
Elaine Enos 
Karen Walsh 
Carole Wiley 
Laurel Worthington 









MM 



THE WALTHAM HIGH SCHOOL 
BOOSTER'S CLUB 



To Promote and Encourage Athletic Activities at 
Waltham High School" 



CONGRATULATES 
THE CLASS OF 1968 



ind 



Extends a cordial invitation to all to join with the 
BOOSTERS in encouraging and rewarding scholar-athletics 
at Waltham High School. 

LOUIS J. KIRSCH, Class of '51 
President 



DAVID L. MITCHELL, Class of '52 
Treasurer 



THOMAS W. TAYLOR, Class of '57 
Secretary 



P.O. Box 461, Waltham, Mass. 



HOMEROOM S-04-MRS. WILLETT 




M miitwiti •***?■ 



Betsy Brackett 
Nicholas Caramanica 
Warner Carlson 
Wayne Carlson 
Eleanor Caruso 
Lois Casale 
Ida Casella 
Donna Castello 
Walter Cavanaugh 
Joseph Centola 
Richard Centola 
Linda Cericola 
Leigh Chagnon 
Donna Chiasson 
Deane Chakalis 



William Chalmers 
Philip Chandonait 
James Chiasson 
Jon Chilingerian 
Enes Chillemi 
Fay Chin 

Concetta Ciavardone 
Kathleen Curtis 
Susan Dollard 
Donna Eldridge 
Jane Gilbert 
Eileen Herlihy 
Carol Hersey 
Barbara Hill 
Frieda Hoffmann 






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CONGRATULATIONS 

Waltham High School 

Class of 1968 



HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY 

WALTHAM DIVISION 



THE 

WALTHAM 

SAVINGS 

BANK 

YOUR SCHOOL SAVINGS HEADQUARTERS 


Compliments of 

ROBERT KENNEDY 

Prescription Optician 
3-7356 Waltha* 


RED CROSS 
PHARMACY 

S. M. SHRIBERG, Reg. Pharm. 
737 Moody St., Waftham, Mass. 
TW 4-0034 .. 


Stic '* fvundnessiNG studio 

TELEPHONE 40 WARREN ST. 
TW 3-9464 WALTHAM 


Specializing in the Finest of 
Prepared Sea Food Specialties 

RITCEY'S SEA FOODS 

560 Moody Street Waltham. Mass. 
TWinbrook 3^9342 
ERNEST RITCEY HARRY RITCEY 
KEVIN RITCEY 


TOM LYONS 
DISTRIBUTOR 

Firestone Tires — Connare Retreads 

210 Lexington St. 

TW 4-4900 

BUDGET TERMS 


BYRON'S MEN'S STORE 

Complete Formal Rental Service 

348-386 Moody St. 
893-7053 



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Congratulations and Very Best Wishes 

to 
The Class of 1968 



We Hope You Seek Further Knowledge 
And Education To Enable Each Of You To 

Make Our City, Our State, Our Nation 
And The Entire World Even A Better Place 

To Live. 



THE KIRSCH REAL ESTATE 
AND INSURANCE OFFICE 

550 Moody St., Waltham 



LOU KIRSCH 3rd WELTON BROWN 

LOUIS J. KIRSCH JR. 



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Compliments of 



JOHN F. PAINO 



, — _ 

Compliments 


of 


PAUL E. P. BURNS CO., INC 


316' Summer St. 


BOSTON 10, MASS. 


Caps - Gowns - Hoods 


WALTHAM COAL & OIL 




CO. INC. 

691 Main Street 


Compliments 
of 


894-01 16 




Complete Oil Heating Service 






WALTHAM 
ENGRAVERS, INC. 




NANKING CHINESE RESTAURANT 




659 Main St., Waltham 






230 Calvary St. 
TW 4-4149 


Compliments 
of 


PROFESSIONAL 
PHARMACY 

831 Main Street 




Waltham, Massachusetts TWinbroolc 9-2300 





HOMEROOMS S-208 and S-209- 



MRS. HURKAMP 
MR. THOMPSON 




Deborah Munroe 
Judith Murphy 
Kevin Murphy 
Sheila Murray 
Robert Nason 
Robert Naughton 
David Nawrocki 
Kevin Nee 
Sarah Noble 
Theresa Nocella 
Geraldine O'Reilly 
William Omerod 
Marina Paige 



Paula Papia 
Donald Parker 
Mary Passerello 
Wayne Patterson 
William Pedersen 
Alan Peirce 
Linda Pereshluha 
Albert Perkins 
Joanne Peros 
Karen Piazza 
Paul Picariello 
Steven Zimmerman 



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Compliments 



of 



ANTHONY J. LA CAVA 



HOMEROOM S-108— MR. HART 




Claude Daigle 
Jane De Pass 
Charles Dunbar 
Sandra Fa Ho 
Linda Falone 
Linda Fedele 
Jane Feeley 
Marie Fei 
Susan Felt 
Linda Ferrante 
Mary Ferriclc 
Lawrence Ferro 
Lorraine Ferro 
James Festog 



John Field 
Annette Finamore 
Lynne Flanigan 
Joseph Foley 
Ethan Forbes 
Leslie Forgione 
David Fraser 
Lee Fraser 
Barbara Fucci 
Marie Gajda 
Marian Gallagher 
Shirley Pitts 
Marianne Pizzi 
Marguerite Poirier 



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HOMEROOM S-05— MRS. BABBITT 




Mary Chiasson 
Stephen Cincotta 
Marie Clark 
Robert E. Clark 
Brian Clark 
Marilyn Clarke 
Donald Clasby 
Maureen Clasby 
Paul Clifford 
Mary Code 
Clare Cohn 
Michael Collura 
Robert Conchiglia 
Robert Conte 
Ann Conte 
Claude Cormier 
Paul Cotoni 
Edward Cotton 



Claude Couillard 
Mary Cross 
Kenneth Curtin 
Marc Cutler 
Donne Cutting 
Linda Cyr 
Joseph Doucet 
Douglas Dow 
Thomas Dubie 
Roy Duddy 
John Ellis 
Stanley Ferro 
Donna Gamble 
Katalin Sero 
Barbara Gibson 
David Green 
Walter Greenblott 
Dennis O'Brien 



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it's Smarter to Charter 

For All Occasions 
Call Waltham 

TW 3-7330 

MIDDLESEX & BOSTON 
STREET RAILWAY CO. 

1020 Main St., Waltham 



Audie Boudreau 
Rina Boudreau 
Maizie Bowlby 
Lois Bowse 
Barbara Boyd 
Jeanetfe Boyd 
Kathleen Boyd 



HOMEROOM S-013 



Stephen Breault 
Marjorie Breclc 
Richard Brehm 
Janice Brodrick 
Jean Brooks 
Mary Brophy 
Marjorie Brown 



Nancy Brown 
Virginia Brown 
Barbara Browne 
Eileen Buckley 
Kathleen Burke 
Maryellen Burke 
William Burke 



John Burley 
Maureen Burley 
Edward Burns 
Sally Burton 
Judith Byron 
Claude Cormier 



JOHN F. PAINO 

AND 

ANTHONY J. LA CAVA 



Good Luck 
from 

ROOM W-02 



ROOM W-IOI 



ROOM W-105 



HOMEROOM S-201— MISS WONG 




Stephen Dugas 
Robert Dunlcerly 
Janet Eldridge 
Joseph Fahey 
Jeffrey Goode 
Paul Griffith 
Sandra Hopkins 
Rhonda Howard 
Cheryl Howe 
Donna Hurley 
Thomas Hurst 
Ronald lannazzi 
Alfred lodice 
Lois Isaacson 



Stephen Izzi 
Kenneth Jacobs 
Michael Jacobs 
Donald Janson 
Michael Johansen 
Montford Johnson 
Judith Joliat 
Jean Juliano 
Albert Juppe 
Linda Juppe 
Michael Kaloyanides 
Margaret Kelner 
Raymond Swanson 



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Compliments 
of 



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MAIN STREET 

AUTO SALES & 

SERVICE, INC, 



Peter 



1036 Main Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 



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893-2260 



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HOMEROOM W-201— MISS BARBER 



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Edward Edmunds 
Victoria Hamann 
Eileen Handrahan 
Jann-Carol Handrahan 
Judith Harding 
Joan Tousignant 
Donna Trefonides 



William Troie 
Daniel Trombley 
William Trudeau 
Susan Ukraine 
Carmen Vacarello 
Patricia Wyskiel 
Paul Valente 



Carol Vanaria 
David VanderWylt 
Katherine Veno 
Russell Viles 
Marshall Yincuilla 
Catherine Zagami 



Barbara Waitkunas 
Carol Wallace 
Joanne Webb 
Walter Wellman 
Christopher Welts 
Gerald Wessell 



Marguerite Whalen 
Robert Wheeler 
Martha White 
Charlene Wilkens 
Nancy Wolfe 
Richard Wood 



Compliments 
of 

ELECTRO CONTRACTING 
& SERVICE CORP. 

129 Russell Street Waltham, Massachusetts 

TW 3-7792 



Congratulations Graduating Class 
1 968 

WAL-LEX CLEANERS, INC. 

Wal-Lex Shopping Center 
874 Lexington St., Waltham 

894-4230 

Open Daily— 7 A.M.-9 P.M. 



894-0938 

ANDERSON-LITTLE CO., INC. 

Manufacturers of Fine Clothing 
Men — Women — Boys 

100 River St. 
Waltham 



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Compliments 
of 

FARM BUREAU 
ASSOCIATION 

158 Lexington Streei 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-3570 


Compliments of 

WALTHAM YELLOW CAB 

7 Moody St. 
893-3400 


Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM 
AUTOMOTIVE CORP. 

215 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 


HOMEROOM S-111 

Christine Dowcett Denise Dunham Nancy Ellis Camille Famosi 
Suzanne Doyle Fredericlc Dunlap Sharon Ellis Julia Famosi 
Roland Dubie David Duquette Karen Eldridge Dolores Ferro 
Karen Duddy Kathryne Eastler Mark Enik Helen Ferro 
Robert Duddy Doris Eaton Paul Epstein Thomas Lunny 
Anne Duffy Meredith Edgar Mary Facenda Jane Vitti 

Charles Egirous Penny Falconer 


THOMAS A. JOYCE & CO. 

135 Moody Street Twinbrook 4-2815 
Waltham, Massachusetts 02154 


NEW ENGLAND STORES 

DISCOUNT 

5 & 10— WALLEX SHOPPING CENTER 

852 Lexington St., Waltham 


TEL. TW 3-0654 /&T\ 

BENNET R. O'NEIL Uggh 

Guild Optician ^^sfc/ 
742 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 
OPPOSITE PUBLIC LIBRARY 


Best Wishes 
to the Class of 1968 

KING INSTRUMENT CORP. 

23 Fox Road Waltham, Mass. 
TW 9-5 M0 






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Compliments of 



CHARLESBANK GARDEN 
APARTMENTS 



41 Charlesbank Way 
Wal+ham, Mass. 



LOUIS J. ANTICO 
ANTHONY J. ANTICO 



Compliments of 

WAL-LEX CAR WASH 

878 Lexington St. Waltham 



WALTHAM PHARMACY 

757 Moody St. Waltham, Mass. 
TW 3-7980 



HOMEROOM S-106-MRS. DORIN 



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Raymond Auld 
Ellen Dacey 
Marcia Dahlin 
Marilyn Dalla Costa 
Annette Dallaire 
Richard Daniels 



Gertrude Darrah 
Ann Davidson 
Brenda Davidson 
Nancy DeFeo 
Marie Defino 
Susan Delia Camera 



Robert DeLuca 
Ralph DeMarino 
Christopher DeMeo 
Susan Denlc 
Irene Denty 
Claire De Sisto 



George DeVincent 
Michael Devlin 
Walter Di Giusto 
Barbara Dinoff 
Donald Frost 
Robert Markham 



SULLIVAN AUTOMOTIVE 
SERVICE CORP. 

1017 Main St. Waltham, Mass. 
TW 3-7336 



B. J. POOLE 

We Buy and Sell Used Cars 

185 Prospect Street 
TWinbroolc 3-3900 



BANKS SQUARE 
FRUIT & PRODUCE 

979 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 
TW 4-4707 



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HOMEROOM S-204— MR. SGOUROS 




Leslie Lentini 
Leslie Lesneslc' 
Richard Lewis 
James Lewis 
Lois Lexander 



Rosalie Licato 
Diane Lirette 
Anthony Lisa 
Ruth Livermore 
Elizabeth Logan 



Diane Lombardo 
Nancy Long 
Jeanne Loveren 
John Lupo 
Gail Lutz 



Bonnie MacArthur 
Roy MacKenzie 
Richard MacKenzie 
Michael Mullen 
Kathleen O'Halloran 




Compliments 
of 



WALTHAM 

FEDERAL SAVINGS 

& 

LOAN ASSOCIATION 



Compliments 
of 

SEARS ROEBUCK CO. 

240 Moody St. Waltham 



Repairs — Remodeling — New Systems 

MICHAEL B. CLANCY 

Heating — Cooling — General Sheet Metal 

TW 3-2343 

1 1 Bacon Street Waltham 54, Mass. 



LAUREL CARD AND GIFT SHOP 

Wal-Lex Shopping Center 
894-7701 



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HOMEROOM S-306-MR. LAMB 




Kathy Giorgianni 
Sally Glidden 
Sharon Goodman 
Ann Picard 
Ruth Pilicy 
Marilyn Pinkham 
Roberta Pitts 
Louis Rizzo 
Mary Ann Rizzo 
Dennis Roach 
Daniel Robertson 
David Robertson 
Ginette Robichaud 
Rose Marie Robichaud 
James Robinson 



Linda Rodes 
Edward Roldan 
Janice Rollo 
Diane Rooney 
Winifred Rose 
Stephen Rourke 
Peter Rousseau 
Patricia Ruggles 
Richard Ruscak 
Nicholas Russo 
Christine Ryan 
Joanne St. Germain 
Michael Santa 
Selina Yung 
Richard Sarno 



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HOMEROOM S-203— MRS. PACITTI 




Dennis Fallo 
Annmarie Guigno 
Robert Hamilton 
Robert Haroutunian 
Lawrence Hart 
Jeffrey Harwich 



Thomas Hayes 
Robert Hegarty 
John Higgins 
Philip Higgins 
Michael Hines 
Terence Hines 

Ronald Poirier 



Diane Landry 
Marshall Lazaro 
Philip Leach 
Allen Le Blanc 
Armand LeBlanc 
Doreen LeBlanc 

Paul Zeigler 



Glenn LeBlanc 
Norman LeBlanc 
Paula LeBlanc 
Paulette LeBlanc 
Real LeBlanc 
Robert LeBlanc 
Lynda Zeno 



Francis Leeber 
Bruce LeFort 
Donald Leger 
Maureen LeLievre 
Paul LeLievre 
Alice Lyons 



NICKERSON & 
HILLS, INC 

917 MAIN ST. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



F. W. DERBEYSHIRE, INC. 

265 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-2900 



FLYNN & FLYNN 

411 Main St., Waltham 
TW 3-3610 



JET- VAC 
CORP. 



73 Pond Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-6800 



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HOMEROOM W-209— MISS KOLEDO 




Edward Strong 
Maryellen Stuart 
Janice Sullivan 
Kathleen Sullivan 
Kevin Sullivan 
Loretta Sullivan 



Lynne Sullivan 
Sherrie Sullivan 
Laurie Sweeney 
Robert Sweeney 
Richard Sweet 
Joseph Taranto 

Sherry Young 



Alan Tauber 
John Thambash 
Ellen Thorne 
Francis Tierney 
Theresa Tirone 
Gary Tobin 

Chui Yung 



Robert Tomusko 
Pamela Toy 
Frances Trifiletti 
Betty Troie 
Vivian Ukraine 
Lewis Uttaro 



Richard Vaccareli 
Joseph Valiante 
Joseph Vanaria 
Marilyn Vanaria 
Frances Viveiros 
Joan Walker 




IDEAL CONCRETE 
BLOCK CO. 



232 Lexington St. 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 




AUTO SCHOOL 



COURSE INCLUDES 

• CUSS ROOM INSTRUCTION 

• BEHIND THE WHEEL INSTRUCTION 

• DRIVER OBSERVATION 

• LIMITED PARTICIPATION 
COURSE FOR HIGH SCHOOL 
STUDENTS ■ CLASSES AT YOUR 
SCHOOL ■ DRIVING AT OUR SCHOOL 
976 MAIN ST., WALTHAM 



SAVE ON 

AUTO INSURANCE 

PREMIUMS 

LIC. BY REGISTRAR 

OF MOTOR VEHICLES _ 

ALL AGES 

894-1086 



F. W. DERBEYSHIRE, INC. 



265 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-2900 



D.A. BRUNTON go. J^ " 



MICROWAVE COMPONENTS » ANTENNAS 
EXPERIMENTAL MACHINISTS 



30-42 'Gwnan Si. WALTHAM 5 4. MAS4 



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ROBERT E. NIMS Caterer 

"Good Food Served Right" 

HILLCREST HALL 



BANQUETS 
WEDDINGS 
RECEPTIONS 



20 Fox Road 
Waftham, Mass. 

TW 4-2282 
TW 4-2646 



Good Luck to the Graduates of '68 

From 

DODGE TOWN OF WALTHAM 

15-21 Main St.— Waltham 
Telephone 893-1856 

DODGE CARS— DODGE TRUCKS 
USED CARS 



Congratulations From Room S-010 



Charles Barber 
Joel Bardsley 
Catherine Barhyte 
William Barker 
Nancy Barnard 
Cheryl Barry 
Linda Barry 



Lynne Bauer 
Beverly Beaudoin 
Susan Beaver 
Carl Beck 
Peter Bella 
Aldei Belliveau 
Alexis Belliveau 



Diane Belliveau 
Joan Bennett 
Michael Bennett 
Marta Benson 
Paul Bergeron 
Dianne Bertrand 
Bernadine Bibbo 



Wayne Bilodeau 
Ann Blinn 
Helen Boisvert 
Robert Bonica 
Dennis Condon 
Mark Freeman 



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I {RESTAURANT | 



GOLF BILLIARDS 



FULL 
COURSE 
DINNER 





Justice of the Peace 
Notary Public 



TWinbroolc 3-1345 
Wgelow 4-2489 

john p. McQueen insurance agency, inc. 



Insurance of Every Description 

and Bonds 

828 Moody St. Waltham 54, Mass. 



Congratulations 
from 

ROOM S-015 



Best Wishes 

to 

the Class of '68 

ROOM S-017 



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Compliments of 






MIDDLESEX FAMILY 






CO-OPERATIVE BANK 






20 Lex 


ngton St. 






HOMEROOM S-205 




Karen Harris 


James Macrae 


Kathryn Mandile 


Paul McDonald 


Christine Hart 


William Maher 


Randy Marcou 


Diane McDonnell 


Cynthia Hartman 


Timothy Mahoney 


Mary Marston 


David McGann 


Darlene Harvie 


Janice Maillet 


Joan Martorilli 


Patrick McGonigle 


Leonard LeBlanc 


David Main 


Gloria Mazzeo 


John Mullaney 


Sandra Lovequist 


Vincent Mallozzi 


Wayne McCarthy 


William Nolte 


Paula MacMillan 


Charles Malone 


Kenneth McCluskey 


Robert O'Brien 


Terrance MacNeil 


Philip Mancuso 


Katherine McDonnell 




ROOM 


W-109 










Congratulations 






from 
ROOM E-213 






FLYNN & 


FLYNN 






41 1 Main St. 


, Waltham 






TW 3-3610 







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THE WAL-LEX MERCHANTS 1 ASSOCIATION 


WAL-LEX CLEANERS 


MR. CHARLES MEN'S & 


STOP AND SHOP 


BOY'S CLOTHING 


GUARANTY TRUST COMPANY 


CLOTHING 


FLYNN T.V. 


WAL-LEX SHOES 


NEW ENGLAND STORES 


DEFINO'S 


LAUREL SHOP 


WAL-LEX HARDWARE 


BARBARA ANN BAKERY 


BATES PHARMACY 


WAL-LEX CAR WASH 


PLAYPEN 


JAMES E. REGAN, 


- 


Realtor 


NATIONAL CLOTHES 


Real Estate and Insurance 


373 Moody St. 


•ras^v 


Waltham, Mass. 


ffltlk PHONE 893-1181 


TW 3-5143 


\b&rZyM Hammond Street 


Complete Line of 


^ziiiliS Waltham 34, Massachusetts 


Clothing and Furnishings 


TWINBROOK STAtlONERS 




9 Moody Street 




Waltham 
899-8840 


ALEXANDER STEEL 




EQUIPMENT CORP. 




Compliments of 


HALLOWELL • PENCO 


WAYSIDE BARBER SHOP 


LYON • BORROUGHS 


471 Main St. Waltham 






Lockers — Shelving — Cabinets 

A i it fS* k J it • 1 




Automotive Bins— Materials 




Handling — Shop Equipment 


WEST END HARDWARE CO. 


plus all other brands 


901 Main St. 


Deliver • Erect • Install 


TW 3-0296 






891-5780-5781 
101 RIVER ST., WALTHAM 


METROPOLITAN 


PHARMACY 




1090 Lexington Street 




Waltham, Massachusetts 




LEONARD DUBIN, B.S. Reg. Pharm. 




TW 4-2146 





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Compliments 
of 

J. F. & F. 1. 

ROBINSON, 

INC. 

All Forms 
of Insurance 


Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1968 

IRWIN'S 
FURNITURE 

Visit Our New Location 

274 Moody St. 
Waltham, Massachusetts 

TWinbroolc 3-8575 

"We Give S&H Green Stamps" 


ROOM S-214 


Congratulations 
from 

ROOM S-217 


Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM WALLPAPER 

& 
PAINT CORPORATION 

591 Main St. 


SHEER SIGN CO., INC. 

"Every Sign A Design" 
182 High St. Waltham 

TW 4-4129 


Best Wishes 
from 

ROOM S-218 


ROOM W-03 



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Compliments of 

ROBERT B. JOHNSON CO. 

Jewelers 
653 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



Telephone LAsell 7-0459 




Z)he TJux Shop 



• complete line df Men* fJottnal Weat 

FDR RENTAL 

23Q CALIFORNIA STREET NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



FLOYD HAMILTON 

RES. PHONE 

TWINBROOK 4-5122 



THOMAS McCULLOUGH 

RES. PHONE 



Congratulations and Best Wishes for 
a Happy Future to the Members of the 

Class of 1968 



LEO GALLITANO 




MacNABB 
ENGINEERING CO., INC. 

131 Lexington StreeT Waltham, Massachusetts 
Telephone TWinbrook 3-8400 

PRECISION SHEET METAL FABRICATORS FOR THE ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY 






HOMEROOM S-308— MR. MAGNO 




Joanne Girolamo 
Eileen O'Neil 
Kenneth Soderholm 
Carol Spataro 
Alan Spillert 
Douglas Stanley 
Margaret Stanton 
Eric Stevens 
Barbara Sterling 
Deborah Sturtevant 
Gayle Sullivan 
Andrea Surette 



Mary Ann Susi 
Michael Sweeder 
Barbara Sweeney 
Harold Tate 
Gloria Testa 
Sally Thomas 
Paula Tierney 
Ronald Tirone 
Pamela Tobin 
Robert Toohil 
Raymond Zammuto 






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ARTISAN 
INDUSTRIES INC. 

73 Pond Street 
Waltham 54, Massachuetts 

Affiliates of: 

ARTISAN INDUSTRIES, INC. 

HI-SPEED EQUIPMENT, INC. 
THE JET-VAC CORPORATION 
METAL FABRICATORS CORP. 

KONTRO COMPANY, INC. 


MASS BROKEN 
STONE CO. 

133 Boston Post Rd. 
Weston, Mass. 

TW 3-0489 


MENDELSOHN'S 

469 Moody St. 
Waltham 


ROOM W-II2 


Congratulations 
from 

ROOM S-II7 


Best Wishes 
from 

ROOM S-II5 


ROOM S-II8 



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B. C. AMES 

Manufacturers of 

DIAL INDICATORS and DIAL MICROMETERS 

131 Lexington St. 

Waitham, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 



RINEHART FUNCTIONAL 
HANDWRITING SYSTEM 



764 Main Street 
Waitham 

893-6078 



DIAMONDS 



WATCHES 



MARCOU JEWELERS 



3 Moody St. 
Waitham 54, Mass. 

TW 9-2220 



HIGH SCHOOL JEWELRY 



Best Wishes 
from 

ROOM W-109 



ROY JOHNSTON 

929 Main St. 
TW 3-4975 






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Compliments 
of 



r\u65o ^wf studios 



EST. 1900 



COMMERCIAL AND PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS 



Photographers since 1900 



TW4-4881 










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Friendly Service 

BRENTON E. TYLER 
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

Insurance Real Estate 
893-4808 




T^tea^tth^ T^Z&zJc*?- UUI 



Telephone 
TWinbrook 4-6161 



FLORIST 

225-229 High Street 
WaJtham 54, Mass. 








The MASTER^Line-The COMPLETE Line of Materials Handling Equipment 



LEWIS-SHEPARD 

125 WALNUT ST. WATERTOWN, MASS. 02172 



® 




DEXTER DRUG CO. 

PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 
JOHN P. DEXTER, Reg. Pharm. 

Cor. Main and Rich Sts., TW 4-0196, Waltham, Mass. 



WEDDINGS 

ALL OCCASIONS 

SYMPATHY BOUQUETS 

ANDERSON FLORIST 



196 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 




"■y/tou/eti' ' Telephones 
894-1843 
899-1370 



Compliments of 

QUEEN CLEANERS 

266 Moody St.— Waltham 



LEVIN'S 
for the Finest in Fabrics 

22 Lexington Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

TWinbrook 3-7143 



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HOMEROOM S-011 


Phyllis Bourque Gail Mac Donald 


Maria Cimino Gloria Masulla 


Susan Curtis Joan Menaker 


Sandra Fabbri Priscilla Munson 


Maria Falzone Donna Prince 


Janette Giusti Harriet Ramsay 


Diane Goguen Mary Sarro 


Susan Krol Mary Sennett 




TWinbrook 4-1900 /jlSf^K 




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Compliments of 


' Tr Bunke> 






MOVING & STORAGE CORP. 




1 1 3 Crescent Street 


ITEK CORPORATION 


P. E. BURKE Waltham, Mass. 


1605 Trapelo Road 


ADCOLE 


Waltham 


CORPORATION 


Massachusetts 






330 Bear Hill Road 




Waltham, Massachusetts 



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Waltham Students! 

Start out right by buying 

your insurance at 



W. H. THOMPSON 
INSURANCE AGENCY 



506 Main St., Waltham 

TW 4-1214 

We Can Insure Your Automobiles 



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Compliments of 

THE POTTER PRESS 

Business Forms Manufacturer 

515 SOUTH ST., WALTHAM, MASS. 



ROOM S-216-MRS. CARNEY 




Patricia McCormack 
Joseph McGann 
Robert Notartomaso 
Linda Potas 
Patricia Powderly 
Carol Powers 



Denis Presseau 
Sharon Procylc 
Steven Quagliozzi 
David Quigg 
Joan Quinn 
Joseph Quinn 



Rosema Racine 
Elizabeth Raimondi 
Karen Ram berg 
Alan Ravesi 
Priscilla Ray 
Nancy Reid 



Marten Remal 
David Rhodes 
Doris Ricciato 
Marie Richard 
William Richard 
Linda Riclcman 



Christine Rigoli 
Ellen Rigoli 
Gerald Rigoli 
Judith Ristuccia 
Claudi Rizzo 



Compliments 
of 

R. S. WILDER, INC. 



COLONIAL KITCHEN 

19 Crescent St. Waltham 

TW 4-4010 



HARVEY INDUSTRIES, INC. 

Manufacturers and Distributors 
of Aluminum Building Products 



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RICHARDSON ELECTRIC 
CO., INC. 

Contractors — Engineers 

16 Cooper Street 

Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-4403 


Good Luck 
from 

ROOM W-103 


Compliments of 

PRICE BATTERY CO. 

Division of General Battery 
and Ceramic Corp. 

Waltham, Mass. 


ROOM W-104 


LEVIN'S 
for the Finest in Fabrics 

22 Lexington Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

TWinbroolc 3-7143 


Compliments of 

COLEMAN AND SONS, REALTORS 



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RINGS — PINS — FAVORS 
MEDALS — TROPHIES 



Jeweler of Your School Rings 

ELLERY P. KOCH 



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21 Waterhouse Road 
BELMONT, MASS. 



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Best Wishes 
From 

ROOM W-07 


Wal-Lex Shopping Center 
860 Lexington St. 

Children's and Women's Clothing 
OPEN DAILY 9-9 TW 3-3414 


THE NEWS-TRIBUNE 


Compliments 
of 

ROOM W-09 


Compliments of 

SHAW'S ATLANTIC SERVICE 

945 Main St. 


THOMAS P. HOLLAND CLOTHING 

Formal Wear 
647 Main St. TW 3-0912 






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TWinbrook 3-2065 

TAYTERS 

— Potato Chips — 

ELLISTON WHITMORE 118 Calvary Street 
Owner Waltham, Mass. 


Best Wishes 
From 

PERRY PONTIAC CADILLAC, INC. 

1055 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-3600 

PONTIAC— CADILLAC— TEMPEST 

SALES SERVICE 


Compliments of 

ROGERS PHARMACY 

923 Main St. Waltham, Mass. 
894-1800 


ROOM W-205 


ROOM W-206 




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Best Wishes 
to the Class of 1968 

MIKE # NEIL 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 


LEWS FASHION SHOPPE 

"For Dresses — It's Lew's" 

377 Moody St. Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-2066 


LAUREL SHOP 

GIFTS GREETING CARDS 
856 Lexington St. Waltham, Mass. 


A.B.C. BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. 

42 Emerson Rd. TW 3-6701 


Best Wishes From ROOM W-06 

Anne Bourgeois Donald Breen Lois Brousseau Kelly Burke 
Wanda Bourque Robert Brigan+i Judith Brown Richard Burke 
Linda Bowman Nancy Broderick Wendy Brown Robert Burke 
John Boyd Charles Brophy Donna Burckes Robert A. Burke 
Paul Brassard 


Congratulations 
From 

ROOM W-II2 


Best Wishes 
From 

HOMEROOM W-207 



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ROOM S-307— MISS ROBBINS 



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Richard Sarno 
Frederick Saul 
Gloria Saulnier 
Gary Sawin 
Lester Scafidi 
Carolyn Scalia 
Ellen Scanlon 



Charles Schaufus 
Robert Schaufus 
Ellen Searle 
Gail Secord 
Jo-Ellen Selby 
Joanne Severino 



Roni Shapiro 
William Shea 
Laurie Shirley 
James Shread 
David Simpson 
Christine Skotland 



Stanley Slotnick 
Peter Smith 
Virginia Smith 
Coleen Stankard 
Patricia Whelan 
John Whittemore 



FRANK STEVENS 

HEALTH AIDS, BEAUTY SUPPLIES 

COSMETICS WIGS 
318 Moody St. Waltham 



GUTHRIE LUMBER COMPANY 

167 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

893-1300 



Compliments 
of 

CORRADO'S 

912 Main Street 



ROBERT 
SRICMRD 

BOSTON' 



ROBERT & RICHARD 

HAIR STYLISTS 

COIFFEURS WITH A CONTINENTAL LOOK 

COLOR COfiftfCTION WORK 

ILUCHIN6 • SILVER BL0NDM6 • TIPPING 
Walk In Service 

FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL 



891 MAIN ST. 
WALTHAM 



Op«n Till 10:00 P.M. Dally 
Tues. & Stl. Till 6:00 " ' 




893-9677 




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GEORGE E. OLSON, INC. 

For Men and Boys 
Tel. TW 3-1088 331 Moody Street 



FULL SERVICE BANK «&fef 



"THE 
FRIENDLY 
CITIZENS" 



^LLTTHAM 







% 95 MOODY STREET • WAITHAM, MASS. 



. MEMBCR 
■tJE PSRAL DEPOSIT »NStJRAfHlCE CORPORATION « fEO£«Al_ RES6HVE SYSTEM 



TW 4-0240 



Res. TW 4-0244 



SULLIVAN'S 



GREETING CARDS • STATIONERY • TOYS • GIFT WRAPS 
CIGARS • CIGARETTES • TOBACCOS 



J. F. SULLIVAN 



Cor. Main & Prospect Sts. 
Waltham 54, Mass. 



Compliments of 

PERODEAU'S 
SERVICE STATION 



Compliments 
of 

McKENZIE TRAVEL SERVICE 



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Compliments 
of 



THE 
WALTHAM HIGH SCHOOL 

SKI CLUB 



Compliments of 

WALTHAM SCREW COMPANY 

77 Rumford Ave., Waltham 
CUSTOM SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS 

Established 1893 



BUDDY'S ATLANTIC SERVICE 

Corner of Lyman & Main Sts. 



Compliments of 

ACTRONICS, INC. 

166 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-7030 




Compliments 
of 

EMBASSY 
THEATER 






A T V 
Television & Radio Co. 

931 Main St. 
TW 3-6607 TW 3-3921 


One-Stop 
Showcase of Value 

CHEVROLETS CORVAIRS 
CHEVY II CORVETTE 
CHEVELLE CAMARO 

On Display at 

BILL MITCHELL'S 

WEST END 

CHEVROLET 

110 South St., Waltham— TW 4-9000 


ROOM W-106 


HOMEROOM W-107 


HOMEROOM S-114 

Jean Hill Donna Hurley Linda Johnson Jean Kavey 
Raymond Hillson Stanley Jaksina Douglas Jones Pamela Kay 
Robert Hines Diane Jenkins Peter Jones Paul Keane 
Diane Hopkins Elizabeth Jenkins Robert Jones Robert Keefe 
Brian Horenstein Janice Jigarjian Henry Joyal William Keefe 
Ann Horrigan Susan Jigarjian Steven Joyal Margaret McNamara 
Kathleen Horrigan Carla Johnson Cynthia Jurjurian 

Christine Johnson William Kadzis 


MULLANEY'S PHARMACY 

JOHN J. MULLANEY JR., Reg. Ph. 

463 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 

TWinbrook 3-3797 


J. G. AKILLIAN INC. 

Realtors 

6 1 1 Trapelo Road 
Waltham, Massachusetts 

894-6650 


NIAGARA MACHINE 

& 

TOOL WORKS 



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ROOM S-211— MISS ANDREASSIAN 



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Stephen Gardner 
John Garvin 
John Gemelli 
James Generoso 
Richard O'Connor 
Donald O'Leary 



Danny Peterson 
Rahna Poirier 
Gail Polimer 
Harold Porter 
Wayne Porter 
John Priest 

Claire Richard 



Michael Quirk 
Addison Raines 
Patricia Rando 
Anna Randolfi 
Janet Rao 
Steven Ravesi 

Stephen Richelson 



Elizabeth Reardon 
Patricia Redding 
Bradford Reed 
Nedra Rhodes 
Jean Ribeiro 
Chester Richardson 



Tel. 894-0423 Res. 894-6919 

CAMUTI 
PLUMBING & HEATING CO., INC. 

GAS AND OIL BURNERS 



REMODELING 



EDWARD F. PERILLI 
Master Plumber 



976 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



TWinbrook 
4-5372 



25 Years Experience 



GORDON 
BILLIARD SUPPLY CO. 

Sales and Service 

EXPERT REPAIRING ON ALL BILLIARD TABLES 
AUTHORIZED BRUNSWICK DEALER 



GORDON MYERS 



8 Hammond Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



HIGH STREET VARIETY 

Quality Cold Cuts — 

Submarines To Go 

893-9527 







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FRANCIS J. JOYCE & SON 



Established 1910 



FUNERAL HOME 



552 Main Street 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



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HOMEROOM W-204-MRS. E. JOHNSON 




Raymond Nichols 
Douglas Nickerson 
Joanne Nocella 
Thomas Nolte 
Emily Norman 
Clifford Nutting 
Gary O'Brien 
Patricia O'Brien 
Eileen O'Halloran 
Patricia O'Halloran 
Steven Oliver 
Helen Olivo 
Eric Olofson 
Maureen O'Neil 
Pauline O'Neill 
Richard O'Neill 



Thomas O'Rielly 
Priscilla Orlandi 
Brian Osganian 
Kevin OToole 
Laurie Palmer 
Richard Paolino 
Maria Papia 
Freda Pappas 
John Passerello 
Edward Patapanian 
Eileen Patten 
Elna Patuto 
Stephen Pearlman 
Nancy Pedersen 
Walter Peirce 



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WALTHAM 
PRECISION INSTRUMENTS, INC. 

221 Crescent St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

"PRECISION HAS BEEN OUR BUSINESS SINCE 1850" 



HOMEROOM S-207— MR. SWEENEY 







David Kendall 
Carol Manero 
John Mazzarini 
Maureen McGonigle 
Charles Mclnnis 
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